Who is behind the User Group?
The User Group is an independent event for users of CoreMedia CMS. It is organised by Christian Weber. Co-moderator is Oleg Novychny.
How can I become a member?
Register here and you will receive our newsletter with regular invitations to our events. Participation is free of charge.
How can I get involved?
There are many ways you can support us:
- Become a speaker with a presentation at one of our user group meetings. Tell us about an interesting project, tool or technique you use in your CoreMedia projects.
- As a host, you or your company can host a User Group Meeting in your city. You provide the room and pizza, we provide exciting content. Bring your team and meet other like-minded people in your region.
- As an author, you can support us with blog contributions on relevant topics. We will gladly share your articles on our website or in our newsletter.
In which language do the meetings take place?
We have a large German-speaking community and would also address users from other languages. Depending on registered participants we talk either in German or English. However some presentations are held in German.
How do I become a meeting host?
Contact us and we will get back to you to discuss possible topics and dates. You should provide a room for about 20 people with presentation equipment. We are also happy to provide drinks and pizza. You can participate in the event with your team as well as other members of the User Group from your region. This is an excellent opportunity to meet like-minded people.
How do I become a speaker for the CoreMedia User Group?
Use the contact form to send us the topic on which you would like to give a presentation. We will get in touch with you and arrange a date. We will also be happy to help you with the preparation of your topic.
Why should I give a presentation?
The motto of our community is “by users for users”. Our talks come directly from people like you, who work with CoreMedia every day, program a project or run a system. Share your experiences and get valuable feedback, new ideas and, last but not least, reputation and recognition.
How long should a presentation be?
As short as possible! 20 minutes is enough. Your talk can be a presentation or a live session.
Will the talk be recorded?
If you agree, we will record the talk and post it later as a video on YouTube. You can see some videos of some of our previous talks here: https://www.youtube.com/@coremediausergroup66
What language should the presentation be in?
Preferably in English. As we have a large German-speaking user community, presentations in German are also welcome.