TYPO3: A True Open Source Community

A widespread, international community of users and developers contributes to the ongoing evolution and success of TYPO3. Get acquainted with the latest enhancements, view tutorials, screen shots, and sample sites at the hub of the TYPO3 community—typo3.org. Follow some of the links below to connect with like-minded users and developers.

Core Team

Development and maintenance of TYPO3—and all of its built-in modules and features—is led by the core team, a group of 30 volunteers and developers sponsored, in part, by the non-profit TYPO3 Association.

Extension Developers

The 4,500+ extensions of TYPO3 are created by savvy, enthusiastic users (like you!), and can be found in the vast TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER). Here you will find everything from simple site templates to advanced plug-ins as well as user-generated documentation and tutorials.

Finding Help

Active mailing lists are the heart of the TYPO3 open source community. Here you can ask questions, and seek out users who are engaged in similar projects or interests. There are hundreds of subscribers to the user list and most questions generate a helpful, timely response. Subscribe today and start meeting other members of the TYPO3 community.

Help is also available through Internet Relay Chat on the TYPO3 IRC Channel. If you want to join, log in to your  favorite IRC client and direct it to irc.freenode.net, channel #typo3.

For more help in developing your project with TYPO3, consider also the services of one of many approved consultancies that offer professional help with TYPO3 projects.

Pick Up a Book!

The following titles are now available at Amazon.com and other online booksellers:

By buying a book through these links you are supporting the TYPO3 Association with a small percentage of the book's (unchanged) price.