Version 1.1.0 of Cannonbose cbrealurl has been moved to TYPO3 Forge. During the transition, corporate ownership from Cannonbose to Acqal is being acknowledged as well.
Rainer Lindner has now provided an example template which can be used for multiple languages. You do not have any texts in the template itself, but only text markers which are translated in the file markers/locallang.xml of tt_products 2.8.0 . This will help you to save a lot of time in the setup of a shop in more than one language.
You are invited to join the team of addons_tt_products and to add your shop templates and additional translations here.
The DAM development team is proud to announce the release of version 1.1.0 of the DAM, the bugfix Release after "The Big Sleep".
Finally the new version is here due to the work of many people. We said 1.1 would be a christmas present and it is. Thanks Uschi for all your testing, suggestions, enthousiasm. Keep up the good work! Karma points all the way for you ;-) Thanks Stan for your communication with the DAM team and especially Uschi and for your work on DAM integration in RTEhtmlarea. Really looking forward to the next steps. Muchios Gracias Dan Osipov for numerous bugfixes and adding the docheaders to DAM. Thanks David Steeb for integrating folders to categories. Thanks Benni for some initial work. We are still waiting for your mass uploader for DAM ;-) Thanks Georg for being there from the start. And thanks to all sponsors [[Sponsoring]] that have been so willing to pay for most of the work Stanislas did. Owww and Stanislas tHNx for spending much more time then you anticipated. Will there ever be a project that is finished in time ;-)
What bugs were fixed? Well, a lot of bugs were fixed. Please see the Changelog for a complete list: http://forge.typo3.org/repositories/entry/extension-dam/dam/tags/dam_1-1-0/ChangeLog
Very special thanks goes out to Rene Fritz whose brainchild DAM is. Rene! You are welcome in the team. Thank you Daniel Hinderink. For the record Daniel, Rene and Ben started out braining about DAM way back in like 2003.
We are no there yet. We need you to test DAM 1.1, report bugs, add feature requests, add patches. We rely on your sponsoring. Many of us can do this work in our spare time, but some of us also need to earn a living from the work we do.
Merry Christmas and [[Damming|keep on DAMming!]]
Another vulnerability was found in the third party application »phpMyAdmin«. Therefore we updated the sources of the TYPO3 extension to the latest stable release for both branches (3.x and 4.x). See »TYPO3 Security Bulletin TYPO3-20081222-1: SQL injection vulnerability in extension "phpMyAdmin" (phpmyadmin)«  for details.
We advise all users of the extension to update the extension as soon as possible. You can get the latest release on TER  or our website .
We all agreed that it would be nice to have DAM for X-mass and we're almost there. So here is a cutting edge pre-release version for you to play with:
This incarnation has the following known bugs which we hope to iron out over the next couple of days:
Bug #9750 can be fixed by adding this to your TS template setup:
Documentation is being created here:
If you have a forge account, please (get on the team and) help to enhance and complete the documentation.
We hope to get version 1.1 out around 23 December.
Thank you all for your effort!
A release seems imminent.
Warm chocolate regards,
Michiel Roos, team DAM
Oh, and one more thing . . .
Maybe I am totally alone in being affected by this bug:
When I installed DAM on my system I was treated to some 'blank frames' instead of DAM content. But applying the patch that comes with the bug report fixes that issue.
Oh, and please report any bugs you may find:
- http://bugs.typo3.org/ (project: tx_dam)
Take care to always note:
- TYPO3 version
- DAM version (1.0.101)
- Steps to reproduce
- Expected result
- Observed result
Right now we're running the web site http://www.typogento.com which offers different information for TypoGento users. Most importantly we're publishing news about TypoGento in the page's blog on a regular basis. Check it out under http://www.typogento.com/blog/.
The extension aims to enable creating and editing of imagemaps within the TYPO3 backend and raise the usability of the process.
The current version of the extension includes all key features. It comes with support for Workspaces, Rectangle-, Circle- and Polygone-Shapes, it keeps the Refindex up-to-date and a doesn't require any XCLASSes.
The preview and the wizard itself renders the images Frontend-like and enables therefore very close coupling with the normal tt_content image type.
Powermail found at typo3.org for the certification register:
I am very pleased to announce that the financing of the new FORM sponsored project has been completed.
The main supporters of this project were a network of German universities. Although they could not raise the full amount themselves, other companies joined in and the full financing was finally achieved about a month ago. This was made possible thanks to the help and determination of many people. First of all Uschi Renziehausen and Thomas Schröder who never gave up gathering financing from the afore-mentioned network of universities. Ben van 't Ende, from Netcreators in the Netherlands, helped a lot in the background. After listening to Oliver Hader's talk at T3CON08, Ben Wardle, of Netefficiency in the UK, got in contact with me to know whether he could help financing the new FORM project. Finally Kian Gould, from AOE media in Germany, agreed to put up the rest of the money. In the meantime a donation had arrived from Egbert van der Hout, from CMS Works, also in the Netherlands.
So the final sponsoring breaks down as:
- Universität Erfurt, Fachhochschule Erfurt, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Fachhochschule Nordhausen, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar: 6450 EUR
- Netefficiency: 2850 EUR
- AOEmedia: 2000 EUR
- CMS Works: 100 EUR
This first success also highlighted some problems and shortcomings which will be addressed in the future. In particular it seems important to have some kind of marketplace where potential sponsors can express their interest for a given project without actually donating money. This way sponsors could get in touch with each other and discuss how they could share the financing between themselves. Some administrative parts of the process need to be reviewed too. It appeared that public German institutions could not dondate to associations. Instead they have to finance the developers directly. Contact is also taken with the T3REORG team to give sponsoring a greater visibility in the future version of typo3.org.
There's more to say and more projects to sponsor, so please refer to the sponsoring mailing list (typo3.sponsoring) which should see increased activity in the future and don't forget the other projects. Potential sponsors are encouraged to use the sponsoring mailing list to exchange their interest about projects until we have a better solution.
Back to the FORM project I am very grateful to all involved in financing directly or indirectly. The new FORM object is planned for TYPO3 4.4, but will be available as a system extension before that, just follow its progress on Forge.
The TYPO3 extension »phpMyAdmin« was developed and hosted in-house at mehrwert. As of today we moved sources and development to this great and central community platform to share the code and open access for co-developers. phpMyAdmin will also appear in the SVN-repository of TYPO3 Forge. The issue-tracking stays at http://bugs.typo3.org.
The SVN repository also hosts the branches of this extension. Since it has been split into the 3.x and 4.x branch you may check out the branch corresponding to your TYPO3 environment.
$ svn co https://svn.typo3.org/TYPO3v4/Extensions/phpmyadmin/trunk/
If you wish to join the development of the phpMyAdmin extension just contact us.
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