December 2016 began with a cool event in Berlin - SymfonyCon. We want to share our view on the event and most importantly how the PHP ecosystem in general and TYPO3 in particular are affected by this.
In the last blog post we described how our infrastructure and setup works and what we wanted to achieve with it. Now you can experience it yourself! We just opened our infrastructure to allow public contributions - for example to the blog extension - and here is how it works.
In this post we want to give you a glimpse of how we are working internally, which tools we use and what the benefits of that workflow are to us.
We are proud to announce that we just released the extension powering this very blog. The main goal for this blog extension was to use TYPO3s core concepts and elements to provide a full-blown blog that users of TYPO3 can instantly understand and use.
The server that delivered this blog post for you is configured with a decent security setup. One of that is HSTS.
Learn about the TYPO3 Inc funding round and participate in the Q&A at T3CON16 in Munich.
Storing passwords is easy - get a password manager and you're done. But how to share these passwords between your co-workers or maybe even external people? We know there is no such thing as "the right solution", but we though we'd share how we do it.
One of the fundamental problems with doing a lot of stuff: Unless you tell what you are doing, people start to think you are not doing anything. So, we understand that the lack of communication in the past weeks wasn't good. Indeed, and we hope you understand, it was because we did a LOT of things. However, we'd like to say sorry and promise we'll do better in the near future.