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Turris Academy

Feb. 24, 2021

Turris launches an online course called Turris Academy. You can look forward to streaming examples, manuals, and lectures about Turris devices and software.

The content of the first lecture was unboxing and the initial setup of Turris Omnia router. A recording of this first session is available on our YouTube channel.

T-Shirts everywhere!

July 9, 2020

Everyone loves swag. We do as well. On every conference people are always looking to get some T-shirts, buttons or anything with our brand on it. We even get requests from time to time on our support whether we can sell a T-shirt and send it around the globe. It would be possible in theory, we could setup a shop selling nice T-shirts, but we want to focus on our main goal - making updates to make your routers even better and more secure. Thus we decided to let somebody else help us with T-shirts and various other swag that we even haven't tried producing yet. Starting today, you can find official Turris swag shop on https://swag.turris.cz

Company behind it can produce various items and send them wherever you are. We hope this makes our T-shirts and other items much easier to obtain and you wouldn't have to wait for the next conference and travel to Europe to get a Turris pin for your new shirt.


How to contribute to Project Turris

Nov. 10, 2017

If you like Turris and you have an idea how to help us or you just want a special feature or hack, which you think might be interesting for the rest of the community, you can always contribute code. Turris OS is open software, which means that anyone who is able and willing can contribute. Our documentation features an article with a few hints on where and how to contribute. We truly value each contributor and contribution. 

If you don’t feel like coding, but you still want to help our project, another valued way to contribute is to take part in testing new Turris releases. Release Candidate is a system build, which we are currently considering releasing and we frequently ask our community to help us test it. You can easily do that by switching to the RC branch as described in this short article. After you have switched to RC, you can check if your favorite functions still work the way they should and in case they don’t, write to us at tech.support@turris.cz.

Lastly, feel free to have a look at our community documentation, which has grown considerably in the last few months. …

Evening with Turris video - July 14th, 2015

July 31, 2015

The CZ.NIC Academy hosted Turris team's second informal meeting of users and friends of router Turris called "Evening with Turris" on July 14th. If you were unable to come personally, you can watch the recorded presentations on YouTube:

  • Intro, project news (Czech), Bedřich Košata - video
  • Running containers on Turris, Alex Samorukov - video
  • Introduction of Turris Gadgets (Czech), Alan Fabik, Pavel Hübner, Jiří Toušek (Jablotron) - video

Evening with Turris II.

June 26, 2015

The team of project Turris is hosting a second informal meeting of users and friends of Turris on July 14, 2015 at 18:00. The event will take place at CZ.NIC premises (Milešovská 1136/5, Praha 3) and will news from development and two topical presentations. The first one will introduce a joint pilot project of Jablotron and CZ.NIC and will show how to connect wireless sensors to router Turris. The second will show how to use virtualizaton with containers on Turris to for example run Debian.

You may register for the event on the page of CZ.NIC Academy.

Evening with Turris

March 23, 2015

The team of project Turris is hosting an informal meeting of users and friends of Turris on April 9, 2015 at 18:00. The event will take place at CZ.NIC premises (Milešovská 1136/5, Praha 3) and will contain a presentation about packaging of software for OpenWrt, overview of new development of the project and an open discussion.

You may register for the event on the page of CZ.NIC Academy.

TurrisCompetition or Show what only your Turris can do

Sept. 22, 2014

Router Turris is not only a powerful network device, but also an open platform designed to be easily extended and improved. And it is this part of the project that the current competition for innovative users focuses on.

Software as well as hardware extensions can take part in the competition. Out of all submissions, three winners will be selected by a jury of experts and the users themselves will have the opportunity to select their own favorite. Winner projects will be published on the www.turris.cz website and presented at the Internet and Technology 14.2 conference (November 29, 2014, Prague).

More information about the competition is available on the user forum of project Turris (unfortunately only in Czech).