The Twin Cities PHP user group is only as strong as its contributors. The basic needs such as meeting space, mail and list hosting have been taken care of and now it's up to members to make this a useful resource everyone.
This group is community-driven, which means there's no limit to the impact you can have through participation.
Here's what you can do:
- Subscribe and post to the mailing list
Post useful tips and supportive answers to others' questions. Please try to stay on topic and follow the list guidelines
- Attend Meetings
Monthly meetings are where we discuss this group and its direction. By attending, you'll be able to share ideas, learn from others and find out other ways to participate.
- Present at a meeting
We are a very informal group, and we can benefit from presentations or discussions at any level. Don't be bashful!
- Add content to this site
Read a good PHP/Web book? Post a review! Find out a cool new trick or website? Post an article or link! And update your profile so you can populate the member directory and get to know other like-minded developers
- Contribute your ideas and your time
If you get to thinking that "someone should contribute to the group by...", remember that someone could easily be you! It is easy to have an impact on this group by offering your time and ideas. To get started, join the organizer's list and start communicating
- Support our supporters
It takes a lot to donate time and resources to a group like TCPHP. While most of our contributors don't expect anything in return, your encouragement and patronage will make them want to give even more. You will then benefit from those further contributions, and well, it only gets better from there.