Below is the current tentatively planned schedule of events for phpBB Londonvasion - July 20, 2008
Times and presentations are subject to change.
If you have a topic you would like to present at Londonvasion, please reply with your name and the topic you would like to present on and we can add you to the list.
You can also join a Team Member(s) on a topic that you are particularly knowledgeable on. (Subject to that Team Members consent
Schedule of events / Itinerary
All presentations will be given by one or more team members and people, lead by the topic leader – listed below.
There will be about a 5 minute break in-between each presentation. Near the end of each presentation, there will be a question and answer for that session.
[09:00 - 09:10] Yuriy Rusko (Marshalrusty
) - Opening
[09:10 - 09:20] Introductions
[09:20 - 09:35] Meik Sievertsen (Acyd Burn
) - phpBB project history, future and overview.
[09:35 - 10:00] Meik Sieversten (Acyd Burn
) and the phpBB Development team on the status of 3.2 Development.
[10:00 - 10:45] Nils Aderman (naderman
) - Quality Assurance in 3.0 and 3.2
[10:45 - 11:30] Henry Sudhof (kellanved
) - Security concepts and Security in phpBB 3.0/3.2
[11:30 - 12:00] Yuriy Rusko (Marshalrusty
) - Spam, what it is, how to prevent it, and phpBB3 spam handling.
[12:00 - 13:00] Lunch Break
[13:00 - 13:40] the phpBB Team - How to get involved and participate in phpBB
[13:40 - 14:00] noth - User experiences with converting from phpBB2 to phpBB3 and the benefits of the newer Olympus
[14:00 - 14:30] Paul Sohier (Paul
) - How to get involved with MODing, MOD Validation and the process
[14:30 - 15:15] David Lewis (Highway of Life
) - Benefits and Designing your site around phpBB3, how to utilise phpBB3 as a framework
[15:15 - 16:00] Francis Lewis (Handyman`
) - Building and managing a community
[16:00 - 16:45] Open panel discussion, question and answer led by the phpBB Team members
[16:45 - 17:00] Closing Speech
[17:00 - 18:00] Socialise
If you have any questions or suggestions don’t hesitate to reply.