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 Lecture theatreUnconf #1 - Main floorUnconf #2 - Down threefloorsUnconf #3 - Down twofloors

09:00 - 09:15

Greg & Zak

09:15 - 09:45

Unconference kickoff
Overview of proposed presentations / workshops / topics

 Lecture theatreUnconf #1 - Main floorUnconf #2 - Down threefloorsUnconf #3 - Down twofloors

09:45 - 10:15

HTML5 History api to Ajaxify your Magnolia WebSite,Atlassian

Magnolia 5 under the hood, PhilippDeveloping Apps for Magnolia 5, TobiasSearch & Indexing optimization, Jan
10:15 - 10:30


10:30 - 11:00

Continuous Media Playback and RequireJS Modules,VPRO

 App Jam, Christopheri18n, Jan
11:00 - 11:15


11:15 - 11:45

User Management and SSO for Austrian Government,LFRZ

Recommended Project Setup, NatashaOpen Social, Daniel 
11:45 - 12:00


12:00 - 12:30

End to End Content Managed Online/Mobile Banking,NRG Edge

Magnolia 4.5 Migration Overview, Samuel  
12:30 - 14:00


14:00 - 14:30

Solr and Image Module Extensions of Magnolia,VPRO

Community BrainstormShop demo, Will 
14:30 - 14:45


14:45 - 15:15

Bridging the Gap; Magnolia Modules and Spring Configured Custom Software,orange11

M5 UX, AndreasjBPM, JozefCopyright & Licensing, Zak
15:15 - 15:30


15:30 - 16:00

Effective Websites Development Using Magnolia CMS,Devexperts

Life hacking, ZakModeshape, JozefM5 docs, Antti
16:00 - 16:15



Closing Session
moderated by Greg & Zak
Conclusion of sessions, event feedback


See the up-to-date "schedule" at


The 2012 Magnolia conference will wrap up with a full day focused on the Magnolia community.

The day will combine an unconference with a single track of formal presentations. The event will happen at the same location as the rest of the 2012 Magnolia Conference.

What's an unconference?

An unconference is an event where the participants propose sessions and design the schedule. This is quite different from traditional conferences where the organization team chooses speakers, designs the schedule and manages the event.

Another key feature of unconferences is that most of the sessions tend to be free discussions between peers, rather than formal presentations made by an individual. Unconferences work best when the participants have a lot of skill or interest in the topics being discussed.

People who have participated in BarCamp or Open Space Technology events will be familiar with the unconference format. For more information, read the Wikipedia article on unconferences.

Open to conference attendees

The Community Day is open to Magnolia conference attendees. To participate in the day, you must be registered for the 2012 Magnolia conference. This wiki space is only for coordinating sessions for the unconference and sharing information about the day.

Magnolia will provide all of the needed infrastructure: session rooms, projectors, tables, chairs, microphones, whiteboards, snacks, coffee and lunch.

Propose (or request) a session

Participants are encouraged to suggest and prepare sessions related to the Magnolia ecosystem.

If you have an idea for a session that you'd like to suggest or present, propose it on the Proposed Sessions page. We'll schedule the sessions on the day of the event in traditional unconference style.

To see what has already been suggested, visit the Proposed Sessions page.

Note: To edit propose a session, you must be logged into this wiki with your Jira account information. Visit!default.jspa to register for a Jira account.

How the event will work

We'll start the day with an overview of our community development plans for 2013 and then move to scheduling sessions for the rest of the day. Once the sessions have been scheduled, anyone can join and leave sessions at will.

During the community day kickoff, we'll demo how unconference planning and participation works. 

Scheduled sessions

See for the scheduled sessions.


Greg J. and Zak G. from Magnolia are coordinating the Community Day, while Magnolian [Ben P.|~bprice] is managing the logistics.


Blogging, tweeting or posting photos of the event? Put tag #mconf12 on them.

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