TYPO3 Security Bulletins

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.
Register now! 22–23 September, TYPO3 users, administrators, and developers from academic institutions, as well as employees from collaborating TYPO3 agencies, will meet again. Participation is free of charge. Registration closes 18 September.
You will soon be able to vote on the new Code of Conduct for TYPO3. But first, the Ombudsperson Group would like your feedback. All you need is a my.typo3.org user.
In this episode, I speak with Stefan Busemann. Stefan began TYPO3 in 2005, rapidly became a TYPO3 freelance developer, then a TYPO3 agency founder and owner around 2010. In that time, he has been a huge contributor to the project in many ways. He was a TYPO3 Association Board member for many years. Today, he is still Supervisory Board Member of TYPO3 GmbH and a member of the TYPO3.org website team.

TYPO3 v11 Codesprint Report

12 September 2021, 1:02 pm

The TYPO3 Core Team Codesprint held on 12–14 August, 2021 was a big success. Here is a wrap-up of what happened during this hackathon, and what we achieved.

Ten Years of News

8 September 2021, 10:00 pm

9 September, 2021 is the 10th anniversary of the News Extension, created by Georg Ringer. This extension is probably the most popular third-party extension in the TYPO3 ecosystem.
We are almost there! The TYPO3 v11 release with long-term support is approaching fast. Today we proudly released TYPO3 version 11.4. This version marks the last phase of the v11 development cycle before the TYPO3 v11 LTS release. Read on to learn more about the last sprint release of the v11 series and what “feature freeze” really means.
Today we speak with Adrian Zimmermann, TYPO3 enthusiast and professional since (practically) the start. We talk about Adrian’s TYPO3 origin story and how his company, Snowflake Productions got its start, his favorite TYPO3 features, the interesting and varied work he’s created with the system, and TYPO3’s abundant community power and spirit … and snowboarding. Listen in to find out more about, “How snowboarding and open source taste so sweet together.”
The last half a year was really busy for us. Nevertheless, we want to keep you informed about our progress since November 2020, and give you an outlook on our further plans for the Content Blocks, the new Page Module and our Dynamic Grid.
The Extension Award for Documentation for TYPO3 11 LTS starts in October 2021. Get your extension ready and join.
The community extensions hosted on TYPO3 Forge will no longer be available after 1 November 2021.
Today we speak with Daniel Homorodean, a Romania-based CEO of web development agency Arxia, and a leader of the TYPO3 Expansion Committee. Talk about Daniel’s 15 years of experience with TYPO3, the most important factors of TYPO3 international expansion, and how TYPO3 helps you tackle more advanced projects than you could before.
The versions 10.4.20, 9.5.30 and 11.3.3 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.
The security releases published on Tuesday, August 10, 2021, contained a very important security bug fix. It removes malicious and incorrect HTML from rich-text-enabled fields. However, it has also caused problems for a number of sites.
Thanks to all of the community members who voted for our budget. This report will provide an overview of the outcome for the first half of this year.
The versions 11.3.2, 10.4.19, 9.5.29, 8.7.42, 7.6.53 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.
Have you ever wanted to see a TYPO3 website with a right-to-left language? Well now you can! We are happy to announce that the TYPO3 demo project is now available in Hebrew.
We are pleased to announce that the first stage of the documentation restructuring process has been completed. The documentation homepage and the global menu changes were published last week and contain a new layout for the homepage and a restructured menu.
The versions 11.3.1, 10.4.18, 9.5.28, 8.7.41, 7.6.52 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.
Certifying your skills is a great thing, and we are implementing a different approach to make it easier than ever to be acknowledged for newly acquired skills.
Daniel Siepmann is a TYPO3 developer, integrator, and co-founder of his own web agency, Codappix GmbH, who is also very involved in the TYPO3 community. We have him to thank for his many contributions to the TYPO3 Guidebook. Today we talk about Daniel’s involvement in the TYPO3 community, his advice for becoming a better developer, and his favorite aspects of TYPO3.
We have come so far, left the Milky Way behind us, and are en route to our target destination. The release date of the next TYPO3 long-term support version is getting closer and we proudly announce TYPO3 version 11.3 today. This release includes a bunch of backend improvements and is now compatible with PHP version 8.0. Read on to learn more about the fourth sprint release of the v11 series.
It’s time for another cleanup of relics from times long past: The TYPO3 Core Team is changing the official repository name on Github from TYPO3/TYPO3.CMS to typo3/typo3.
Annett Jähnichen is a TYPO3 integrator and developer at webit!, a web agency in Dresden, Germany. Annett has 11 years of experience with TYPO3, and in her daily work, she transports the HTML and CSS from the front end department into TYPO3 templates, in addition to developing applications for customers. She is also a powerful force behind the TYPO3 structured content initiative, which we talk more about in this episode.
The TYPO3 Online Days 2021 Program is a chance for people to discuss and learn TYPO3, technologies, and open source solutions, as well as meet other TYPO3 professionals.
Jens Liesegang set up his first TYPO3 installation in 1998, and though an active contributor, he is no web developer. He is the TYPO3 Association’s lawyer, a longstanding volunteer working for the common good of our open source CMS.
The version 10.4.17 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System has just been released.
The TYPO3 Community Expansion Committee is continuing to extend its activities. We are reaching out to more people around the world and need your help to make it happen.
In this episode, Carl Richards comes out from behind the production equipment at Open Strategy Partners, and interviews Jeffrey A. “jam” McGuire about how the podcast started, the goals it’s reached toward in the first season, what’s coming up for the second season, and the podcast becoming part of the official TYPO3 media family.