Q3 2022 Sponsors Shoutout
Leuchtfeuer Digital Marketing
Web Any One
Media Giant Design
Leuchtfeuer Digital Marketing
Community Team update
The primary focus in the Community Team has been supporting the Brazilian Community with the upcoming Mautic Conference South America. It’s shaping up to be a great event, with speakers from the Mautic Community and the wider Marketing industry.
The event will feature a full day of conference, followed by a full Community Day where there will be opportunities to get involved in giving back to the Mautic project across the four teams.
We hope to see you there!
Education Team update
Season of Docs project update
We are coming to the end of the Season of Docs project and Favour Chibueze has been doing a fantastic job of moving our documentation over to Read the Docs and getting it updated to provide a more comprehensive overview.
For a sneak peek, you can head over to https://mautic-documentation.readthedocs.io/en/latest/. When the project is complete, we will replace https://docs.mautic.org with the new documentation.
We are also in the process of setting up the facility to translate the documentation with Transifex - watch this space!
Marketing Team update
Work is getting started on completing the Mautic Pitch Deck - a resource that the Marketing Team are creating to help people share what Mautic is and to support them in successfully pitching Mautic for projects.
We welcome any case studies that you might be willing to share - please use this template and send it to [email protected] or share in #t-marketing on Slack. Likewise if you would like to get involved in this project, please let us know!
Once the pitch deck is created we will work with our international community to make it available in other languages.
We are currently planning out our marketing strategy for the coming year, including events where we want Mautic to have a presence.
Do you know of events where you think we should be represented? Would you like support to represent Mautic at an event local to you? Please let us know!
Would you like to help promote Mautic at events? We have several events coming up where we need help to staff a stand, to submit talks about Mautic, and more. Drop into #t-marketing and let’s chat!
Product Team update
The Product Team continues to make monthly releases with bug fixes - a big thank you to the growing number of people who are joining us in the Open Source Friday sprints. If you have a bit of time on a Friday, why not help us by testing new features and bug fixes, or working on fixes for reported issues?
We have also recently shared an update on the timelines for our next major release, Mautic 5.0, which we are aiming to release at the beginning of 2023.
In October we joined the Contribution Day at DrupalCon Prague to hold a Mautic Community Sprint. We had contributors across the Product and Education team, and made great progress on some blockers with Mautic 5, and also with translating several of the Knowledgebase articles into German.
Community sprints are a really great way to get involved with Mautic, so if you would like to organize one in your local area or join one of our existing events I highly encourage you to jump right in!
Let’s look at the numbers
This quarter, we have had 522 active members across the community who have on average 9 conversations per member.
Over 4,500 conversations happened this quarter, with an average of 2.5 hours response time and a response rate of 48%.
Our most active members (based on the number of conversations) have been:
Joey Keller 406
Bill F 322
John Linhart 311
Matic Zagmajster 138
Zdeno Kuzmany 88
Ekke Guembel 82
Oluwatobi Owolabi 73
Michael Wolman 71
Favour Chibueze 63
Luis Méndez Alejo 63
Read more about what is defined as a conversation here.
During Q3, our most engaged members (based on the number of other community members they have conversations with) have been:
Joey Keller 244
John Linhart 109
Michael Wolman 94
Bill F 86
Norman Pracht 73
Zdeno Kuzmany 68
Ekke Guembel 62
Steve Robinson 55
Matic Zagmajster 54
Mohammed Abu Musa 53
During Q3 there were 531 registered contributions across all the channels that we monitor, down from 718 last quarter (which was inflated by speakers and team at Mautic Conference Global). We are continuing to see a positive trend in contributions over time, with many new contributors getting involved for the first time.
You can check what we consider to be a contribution here, with the addition of reviews on pull requests and completed Jira issues which we track through the API, and meeting attendance which we track manually.
During Q3 the top individual contributors were:
John Linhart 103
Zdeno Kuzmany 45
Favour Chibueze 28
Volha Pivavarchyk 26
Joey Keller 22
Artem Lopata 20
Oluwatobi Owolabi 16
Christopher S. Penn 13
Matic Zagmajster 9
Leuchtfeuer Digital Marketing 38
Smart Octopus Solutions 9
Sales Snap 7
Vyacheslav V Sokolov
It’s great to see continuing growth in contributions across the teams in the community, with our focus on the Year of the Contributor helping to improve our processes and workflows. I’m really looking forward to meeting our Brazilian community next week in Sao Paulo for Mautic Conference South America where we are going to be running a whole day of contribution, so watch out for a big spike in contributions next quarter!