TYPO3 Insider Scoop - 2023 May Edition

TYPO3 Insider Scoop - 2023 May Edition

Welcome to the NITSAN's Insider Scoop, your trusted destination for the freshest updates and exclusive insights on TYPO3, the widely acclaimed open-source content management system.

In this edition, we uncover the highlights of May 2023 and present a captivating array of news and advancements from the TYPO3 community. From cutting-edge releases to upcoming events and notable contributions, we have you covered. Whether you're a seasoned TYPO3 developer or a beginner taking your first steps, this blog is tailor-made for you. So, sit back, relax, and indulge in the TYPO3 insider scoop for May 2023!

Code the TYPO3 Core in 2023

“Code the TYPO3 Core in 2023" highlights the TYPO3 community's efforts to improve the core of the content management system. It discusses the refactoring and modernization of the codebase, integration of Symfony framework components, introduction of new features and APIs, security enhancements, and focus on testing and quality assurance. These developments contribute to a more robust, secure, and feature-rich TYPO3 experience for users and developers.

TYPO3 12.4.1 and 11.5.27 Maintenance Releases Published

TYPO3 community has recently published two maintenance releases: TYPO3 12.4.1 and TYPO3 11.5.27. These releases aim to improve the stability, security, and performance of the TYPO3 content management system.

TYPO3 12.4.1 includes several bug fixes and enhancements, addressing issues reported by the community. It also incorporates security fixes to ensure a secure environment for TYPO3 users.

Similarly, TYPO3 11.5.27 focuses on bug fixes and resolves reported issues, ensuring a smoother experience for users still on the TYPO3 11 LTS branch.

These maintenance releases highlight the TYPO3 community's commitment to providing regular updates and support to TYPO3 users, further enhancing the overall TYPO3 ecosystem.

Latest Update on the TYPO3 Content Blocks and Leadership Changes

TYPO3 Content Blocks for v13

The team is actively working on the TYPO3 Content Blocks Core patch for version 13. Due to architectural changes in the core for v12, the patch was not merged into that version. Instead, the team decided to rebuild their approach to match the new architecture for v13. The patch needs to be merged before a Content Blocks release for v12 can be made available.

Membership Changes:

Manuel Schnabel joined the team as an active member, bringing his experience working with TYPO3 and his expertise in the AI SEO Helper extension. Manuel is actively supporting the team in implementing and further developing the content blocks.

Leadership Changes:  

André Kraus has taken over the leadership responsibility as the new lead of the Structured Content Initiative. Lidia Demin, one of the founders of the initiative, stepped down as team lead to address new challenges in her personal life but remains a silent member and will support the team if possible. André Kraus, now leading the initiative, is one of the leading developers and has been involved in the conceptual work of the Content Blocks.

Lidia Demin expresses her pride in the achievements of the initiative and thanks the TYPO3 community for their support and encouragement over the years. While she is leaving the team, she remains connected to the community and hopes to return to working with TYPO3 in the future.

German Government Adopts TYPO3 as its New Content Management System

 This move marks a significant endorsement of TYPO3's capabilities and showcases its suitability for large-scale government projects.

The German government's previous CMS, CoreMedia, was replaced with TYPO3 due to several reasons, including the need for better cost-effectiveness, improved scalability, and enhanced security features. The decision to switch to TYPO3 was also influenced by its extensive community support and the availability of numerous ready-to-use extensions.

TYPO3's flexibility and adaptability were crucial factors in its selection, enabling the German government to tailor the CMS to its specific requirements. The migration process involved collaboration between various government agencies, ensuring a smooth transition and successful implementation of TYPO3.

This shift to TYPO3 by the German government not only demonstrates the CMS's reliability but also serves as a testament to its ability to meet the stringent demands of large-scale, mission-critical projects. TYPO3's open-source nature, coupled with its extensive functionality, makes it an appealing choice for organizations seeking a robust and customizable CMS solution.

Team T3Planet has Launched 3 TYPO3 Websites in v12

Team T3Planet, a TYPO3 Store specializing in TYPO3 Extension and Template development, has recently achieved a remarkable milestone by launching three cutting-edge TYPO3 websites built on version 12. Leveraging the latest features and advancements offered by TYPO3 v12, T3Planet has demonstrated its expertise in delivering high-quality, dynamic, and feature-rich websites.

The launch of these three TYPO3 websites showcases T3Planet's commitment to staying at the forefront of TYPO3 development and delivering exceptional digital experiences to their clients. With TYPO3 v12's enhanced performance, improved user interface, and robust security features, these websites are poised to provide a seamless and engaging user experience.

Wrap Up!

Since you have already come so far, I am sure you loved the content. Stay tuned to stay updated with the latest TYPO3 Updates, News, Tips and Tricks!

Posts by Nitin Chauhan

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