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It has been discovered that TYPO3 Neos is vulnerable to Privilege Escalation.
TYPO3 CMS 4.5 Extended Long-Term-Support Plan, Election 2015, Budget 2015, General Assembly & Dialogue Days, TYPO3camps, T3UXW15 and about the new T3DD website.
The TYPO3 Community announces the version 6.2.11 LTS of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
TYPO3 User Experience Week: Women to participate in development
For the next iteration on the way to TYPO3 CMS 7 LTS, which is named 7.2 and planned to be released on April 28th, 2015, the focus is on the frontend side of the TYPO3 system. Frontend, however, can mean a lot of areas. These are the areas were are going to touch
In This Week in TYPO3 we wrap up the month of February with loads of dynamics in the TYPO3 community as well as in the TYPO3 Association. There is another step towards TYPO3 7 LTS with the household release of TYPO3 7.1, the first beta of Flow 3.0.0 has been released and the first beta of Neos 2.0 is in the works. The T3A shows an enormous amount of output with activity from the educational team, preparations for the GA and announcing a new event, 'The Dialogue Days'. The date for the European TYPO3 Conference is announced accompanied with a pretty cool website.
The TYPO3 CMS version 4.5, released in January 2011, was the first version having the label “Long Term Support” attached to it. After 4 years of support, we hope that everybody has upgraded to our latest version TYPO3 CMS 6.2 LTS (or to CMS 7 which has been released meanwhile). The LTS support is going to end on March 31st, 2015, which already includes only high priority and critical fixes related to browser and security. Still, version 4.5 is among the most popular TYPO3 versions on the web.
Strategy Workshop, PR Workshop, Quarterly Summit of the TYPO3 Association, preparation for the General Assembly, and announcement of the TYPO3 Dialogue Days 2015.
Last week we sent out the budget agreements for 2015 and in this article we are going to explain how the budgets have been assigned for the year and the motivations for the decisions.
As you might be aware, the marketing team has organized a series of meetups for agencies in 2014. Two sorts of feedback has been collected from attendeees: Feedback on our products, TYPO3 CMS and TYPO3 Neos, as well as input on the future role of the TYPO3 Association. The result was a pile of XLS-Files containing all mentions from the cardsorting and voting we did in the full-day-workshops. We have now compiled a summary out of this data which the design team put into document. It is containing the major insights of the meeting series. Although we think there is some statistical relevance to this data, one must not make the mistake to think of it as an exact science. There is room for interpretation. However, trends are clearly shown. We hope you like the Agency Meetup Summary and look forward to your feedback. The 2015 agency meetup series is going to take place in the second half of this year. Dates as well as cities to be announced in the following 6 weeks.