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The temperatures are soaring and the holidays have started for some and will start for others soon. Development wise not to much happened, but we do have a section on flexible content elements, a walkthrough tool and some more snippets here and there that will get your attention.
The TYPO3 Association offers a preparation workshop to provide future integrators with all the information and materials they need to pass the ‚ÄúCertified TYPO3 Integrator‚ÄĚ exam successfully. After a successful kick-off workshop at the Developer Days we are now going to offer it at the TYPO3Camp Bremen as well.
The Neos/Flow team met for another code sprint at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e) in the Netherlands leading up to the developer days. Three days were spent focussing on improving our tools, communication, discussing organizational matters, working on upcoming features and ended with finalizing the release of 1.1. The code sprint was medium sized with 13 participants in total.
Throughout the year the TYPO3 project has many code sprints, where travel and lodging is usually covered under a budget provided by the TYPO3 Association. The teams ask you to contribute by sponsoring some drinks and food. Read what a code sprint is all about and how you sponsor a code sprint
Week 27 holds some info on the preceding week as well and there is loads of actvity going on in the TYPO3 world. Ernesto Baschny talks about the release plans in a post 6.2 era and is looking for your feedback, as usual and especially in this season there are lots of events and TYPO3camps. The organisation for the coming TYPO3 conference is in full gear, the TYPO3 Association is pushing out a lot of activity and we have some event news.
The TYPO3 Community announces the versions 4.5.35, 6.1.10 and 6.2.4 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
With the first half of 2014 coming to an end, I looked back to the progress of the marketing team during the past six months. What I saw was not promising: There have been meetings, discussions, plans and work, but almost no results. Results in the sense of achievements in the market. While every member of the marketing team did what they could, I felt there was far too little output compared to the amount of hours invested. I decided for myself that continuing like this is not an option, neither is stepping down.
The TYPO3 Education Committee will have its first meetup on July 10th - 12th in Gem√ľnd/Eifel near Cologne. The main topic is to come up with a long term strategy and work on detailed plans for 2014 and 2015.
For week 24 we have two events to highlight. One event was CMS Day organised by the French open source company SMILE and of course our main community event the TYPO3 Developer Days. This week also saw the release of TYPO3 Neos 1.1 and TYPO3 Flow 2.2. We have two code sprints weekend and a TYPO3camp in Berlin.