The Agile Sylius Roadmap is now public


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Paweł Jędrzejewski
01.03.2018 | 1 min read

Sylius Community Forum Now Open

We would like to invite you to join our newly opened Sylius Community Forum. In response to the rapid growth of our Ecosystem, we decided it is necessary to launch a brand new platform for support and exchanging experience. Enjoy responsibly!

What about Slack?

Slack is great and is not going anywhere. It grew to over 1100+ people and there are still many interesting discussions going on. These are very often a valuable solution to a problem or brilliant idea for an improvement. However, unless you are a part of the discussion when it happens, it is difficult to catch up when you have been away from the keyboard. Also, they are not indexed by search engines, so people can’t find them easily. On the other hand, Slack is great for dynamic, ad-hoc talks, 1:1 conversations and relax between work. So we want to keep two channels open and see how they will grow.

For whom and why should I join?

Everyone who is interested in eCommerce technology and Sylius. We invite both existing and new community members to join the discussion and help shape the ecosystem, products & services we are building.

Get to know other community members, ask for support, suggest an improvement or discuss your challenge. There is plenty of value in every discussion going on and you should definitely participate.

You can register via email, Twitter & GitHub by going to and hitting the “Sign-Up” button.


We are keeping things Lean, so this forum is just an MVP. If we see it grows, we will invest more time & resources to improve the visuals and functionality. We have created a special category called Forum Feedback where you can post your suggestions. All ideas are appreciated! 🙂 See you there!

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Paweł Jędrzejewski
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Self-taught developer and entrepreneur, who has built an entire career and business through Open Source technology. Speaker at international conferences. PHPers meetups co-organizer. Keen on helping other young entrepreneurs and companies who may want to follow a similar path.

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