TYPO3 Security Bulletins

Thanks to all of the community members who voted for our budget. This report will provide an overview of the outcome for the second half of 2021.
TYPO3 v12 LTS will be released in April 2023. With every major TYPO3 version, we increase the minimum requirements to evolve with the ecosystem running TYPO3.
The versions 11.5.5 and 10.4.23 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.
The TYPO3 Extension Award for Best Documentation 2021 has the following winners:
In this episode, we speak with TYPO3 Team Lead Thomas “Spoony” Löffler, a developer and contributor to TYPO3 since 2005. Thomas loves attending TYPO3 events, and he also runs his own one-person TYPO3 agency, Spooner Web. We speak about his extensive experience with TYPO3, his love for TYPO3 events, and the support he’s received and given to the TYPO3 community.
The versions 11.5.4 and 10.4.22 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.
In this episode, we hear from Tymoteusz “Tymek” Motylewski, Co-Founder and CTO of Macopedia and TYPO3 Core contributor. Today, we discuss his introduction to the TYPO3 community in the early 2000s, his favorite features and hidden gems of TYPO3, and his work helping make TYPO3 a powerful and easy to set up headless CMS.
TYPO3 monorepo branch name changes from master to main.
In this episode, we hear from Susi Moog, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the TYPO3 GmbH. Today we learn about how she first came to know and use TYPO3, what her day-to-day role consists of, and how the TYPO3 GmbH enhances the CMS technology and supports the community, agencies, and professionals within it.

Extension Award: Voting is Open

24 November 2021, 7:10 am

Voting for the “TYPO3 Extension Award – Best Documentation” opens today! Voting Period: November 24 – December 8, 2021 (2 weeks). Please vote for the extension(s) that you think have the best documentation.
In this episode, I speak with Petra Hasenau, the TYPO3 Association Board Vice President and the CEO of cybercraft GmbH. Today, we cover her introduction to TYPO3 and open source, her inclusive approach to community building, and her cooking channel!
The version 11.5.3 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System has just been released.
We are running a UX Workflow Pilot Program, and invite all TYPO3 users to test the new Page Module with your version 11 projects. This pilot will allow us to test the UX workflow, and collect your feedback before integrating changes into the Core.
TYPO3 v11 LTS was released in early October 2021, and it will have a predictable release plan for upcoming maintenance releases, as we have done since TYPO3 v7. It’s a transparent schedule so everybody in the TYPO3 Community can know when to expect the next bug-fix and maintenance release.
The version 11.5.2 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System has just been released.
An update on all the work the team has achieved in the last year and how they adjusted to remote working.
One of the many highlights of T3OD21 Day 4 was the World Video Premiere about the project and work of BabesGotBytes from Capetown, South Africa.
In this episode, I speak with Jochen Weiland, who has been involved with TYPO3 since 2002 and runs a full-service TYPO3 agency, jweiland.net. We talked about his significant contributions to the TYPO3 documentation, how he learned the open source ethos from the TYPO3 founder himself, Kasper Skårhøj, as well as Jochen’s favorite aspects of TYPO3.
In the meeting of 16 June 2021, the board of the TYPO3 Association decided to change the way the annual budget is created, managed, and controlled.

Extension Award—Nomination

17 October 2021, 10:40 am

In a previous typo3.org news post, the TYPO3 Extension Award for best documentation was introduced. We would now like to inform you about the next steps. The winners of the award will receive prizes up to €1000.
In this episode, I speak with Mathias Bolt Lesniak, a TYPO3 Board Member and valued TYPO3 Guidebook contributor who also works at the Scandinavian agency, Pixelant. In this episode we speak about Mathias’s favorite TYPO3 features, TYPO3 as a force for democratization in the world, and the give-and-take of open source contribution that characterizes the TYPO3 community.
The version 11.5.1 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System has just been released.
Under the headline “Warp Speed”, the TYPO3 Community has released a new Long Term Support (LTS) version of the TYPO3 Content Management System. The professional PHP-based web publishing platform will be supported for a full six years.

TYPO3 v11 LTS—Warp Speed

5 October 2021, 11:00 am

TYPO3 v11 LTS is out! Many enhancements, new features, and modern technologies under the hood make this version our best TYPO3 release yet. We have hardly neglected an area to lift this enterprise CMS to a new level. TYPO3 version 11 is for everyone and we can proudly claim that this release is built to stay. As a long-term support release (LTS), this version will be maintained by the community for at least three years.
Software should always make life easier, either for you, your clients, or everyone. Choosing software is often an extensive and challenging process in which there are many things to consider. One of these things is and should be the official software support periods.
In this episode, I speak with Larry Garfield, a long-time PHP developer who has joined the TYPO3 core development team in 2021. We talk about the history of PHP and open source, Larry’s “scorched Earth” campaign against PHP 4 (his words), and what it’s like to be embraced by the TYPO3 community as a newbie.
A lot has happened since July. There’s easier onboarding for new users and Composer as standard, as well as a new upgrade guide and updates to the main documentation navigation.
In accordance with the TYPO3 lifecycle and deprecation policy, we announce that TYPO3 v9 LTS reaches its end of free support on 30 September 2021. This article retrospectively summarizes the key features and technologies that we introduced in TYPO3 v9 LTS.
The TYPO3 Education Committee posts an update about the Entry Level Certification project (you might know it as the Micro Certification Project).
The versions 10.4.21 and 9.5.31 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.