TYPO3 Security Bulletins

TYPO3 version 10.1 is the second sprint release on the way to the LTS-version (long-term support) in 2020.
TYPO3 is about collaboration and community. A very special part of the community experience is when you not only work in your own team but also work together with other teams and exchange ideas. During the Combined Sprint in August 2019 in Freiburg, the Server Team, Documentation Team, and Design Team met to bring TYPO3 forward together.
The multilingual backend has always been a great benefit of TYPO3. Whether you’re French, German, or English-speaking, having the editing and administrative user interface in a language you understand means you can work faster and more confidently. After a long history with Pootle, TYPO3 is moving on to Crowdin, to take translation to the next level.
The TYPO3 Conference 2019 gives you a chance to meet the people shaping this CMS for the future. New this year, the TYPO3 Conference is inviting attendees from business, government, NGOs, and higher education to join us for focused events that cater to their needs.

TYPO3 v9.5.9 LTS released

20 August 2019, 9:30 am

The TYPO3 Community announces version 9.5.9 LTS of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals this year! We’re delighted to announce the full schedule. This includes sessions, TYPO3 Certification, the TYPO3 Awards, and an afterparty. This year we’re also introducing summits to cater to people coming from business, government, and higher education. You’ll see more updates about that soon!
The Fluid 3.0 workshop has ended and it’s time to summarise what we achieved during the workshop and what to expect from the up-coming 3.0 version of Fluid.
Michael Schams has been an active member of the TYPO3 Community for more than a decade now. In May 2019 he published the third edition of the TYPO3 Extbase book. Michael worked with Patrick Lobacher on previous editions of the book, but since Patrick moved on to new challenges, Michael took over full responsibility in 2018 and published a fully revised and updated edition this year. Luisa Faßbender held an interview with Michael to find out more about the book and how it was created.
The TYPO3 Documentation Team accepted Claus Due’s invitation to his TYPO3 Fluid 3.0 Workshop in Aarhus, Denmark.
TYPO3 version 10.0 is the first sprint release on the way to the LTS-version (long-term support) in 2020.
Without extensions like Gridelements and Flux, creating and editing semantically and hierarchically structured content can be difficult in TYPO3.
The TYPO3 Community announces the versions 9.5.8 LTS and 8.7.27 LTS of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
The TYPO3 Company (TYPO3 GmbH) Supervisory Board gives us a summary of activities over the last six months.

The team surrounding TYPO3 GmbH’s CEO Mathias Schreiber is established and stable. The company’s main focus has been setting up processes, netting great employees and partners and, of course, creating new product offerings.

We’re billing the 2019 TYPO3 Conference in The Hague as your gateway to digital success. This is a great event to grow your network, share knowledge, raise awareness, and increase visibility for your work.
docs.typo3.org is now hosted by TYPO3 Inc. and gets a modern setup using Bamboo as
CI (Continuous Integration) solution for rendering.
The TYPO3 Association was among the sponsors of the CMS Africa Summit 2019. We came away inspired with new ideas and direct connections to one of the fastest-growing tech communities in the world.
Report of combined sprint of TYPO3.org and Server Team in Stuttgart, May 2019.
Join the mission to prepare Fluid version 3.0, help us improve documentation—and enjoy a couple of days in beautiful Denmark.
Earlier this month TYPO3 community members gathered at TYPO3 Camp Vienna for a weekend of learning, connecting, and camaraderie.
The Documentation Team joined the typo3.org Team Sprint in Wiesbaden, Germany from Feb 10-13. Two of us from the Docs team met up for the sprint, Daniel Siepmann, of Codappix GmbH, and myself, Sybille Peters, from Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg.
The TYPO3 Community announces the versions 9.5.7 LTS and 8.7.26 LTS of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
For the first time our team met in India. We were invited by NITSAN to Bhavnagar from 28-31 March.
If you would like to support TYPO3 Developer Days 2019, we would be happy to hear from you!

Rebooting the Content Group

13 May 2019, 6:22 am

The TYPO3 Content Group is reorganizing, rebooting, and growing! We’re looking for new members, come join our next meeting on Tuesday, 28 May 2019, 10:30 CET. It’s really easy to get involved: find out first-hand from our current contributors!
The leaders of the official teams and committees of the TYPO3 projects met to their monthly meeting. Highlight was a workshop, to improve communication.

Once in a month our leaders met in an online meeting, to coordinate all efforts for our project. In March and April we had two meetings. One regular online meeting and one real life meeting in Leipzig.

The TYPO3 Community announces the versions 9.5.6 LTS and 8.7.25 LTS of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
The TYPO3 Association (T3A) communicates the results of the 2019 elections for the Board and Business Control Committee (BCC).
It’s your last chance to buy early bird tickets by Tuesday, 30 April, 23:59 CET. Come to TYPO3 Developer Days to have fun, meet friends, and learn together.

PhpStorm—a Short Review

17 April 2019, 8:59 am

For some years JetBrains is offering free PhpStorm licenses for active TYPO3 Core developers. Its now time to give back and provide a short report about my experience with PhpStorm.
Speakers—Step Up to the Mike—at TYPO3 Developer Days 2019 in Karlsruhe!