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October 13, 2010 We need more slaves (Hudson CI that is)

As some of you have seen at this years TYPO3 Conference improving code quality seems to be a starting demand in our community. Christian Trabold teamed up with the guys from the core team to widen the base of aware TYPO3...

Category: Olivier Dobberkau, Technology, TYPO3
By:Olivier Dobberkau

October 6, 2010 Wanted: forums on

You might remember a time long ago when all mailing-lists were also available online through (which looked quite different back then)....

September 22, 2010 Backend-Navigation in TYPO3 4.5

Since alpha2 there is a new backend navigation. The frameset was removed completely and the way the iframes are addressed has been changed. Sure, the old calls still works as there is a compatibility layer, but you should use...

Category: Steffen Kamper, TYPO3, Core

September 3, 2010 TYPO3 goes UTF-8

With version 4.5 TYPO3 switch completely to UTF8. As a first step, all files are UTF8-encoded now (in trunk). There was a mixup of encodings before, and we want to have one encoding for all files. Be sure to prepare your IDE for...

Category: Steffen Kamper, TYPO3, Core

August 30, 2010 Something completely different (again)

Two and a half years ago I told you about my son Romain, who has Down Syndrome. Today he entered school, a momentous event for us!

Category: François Suter

August 3, 2010 Using Subversion to keep your TYPO3 installations up to date

Subversion can act as a great replacement for the download & unpack procedure which admins have to go through after every TYPO3 release. Here is a tutorial which explains you how to use it on your own...

Category: Michael Stucki, Technology, Core

July 4, 2010 Fun with menus

On T3DD10 I showed some of the possibilities of HMENU and TMENU in order to build some teasers. The basic idea is to reduce the number of extensions in the system while maintaining a great deal of flexibility. And the best part:...

Category: Mathias Schreiber

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