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Release Candidate 4.1
Ingmar Schlecht has taken the role of release manager for this release. The current release candidate is now out and available from typo3.org. The version is feature-frozen and only changes to fix bugs are applied from now on. Please help to speed up the release of the final version by heavy beta testing and bug reporting. More information on the scope of 4.1 is available here .
At T3BOARD07 Robert Lemke and Karsten Dambekalns took the stage to show the latest concepts and advances on 5.0 as well as their roadmap for the new architecture which aims at serving a new paradigm of content management to integrators and end users. To create first deliverables, the 5.0 Development Team started with the development of foundation classes of the 5.0 version in December 2006, after an initial planning and design phase.
The newly created core package is the cornerstone of the new architecture and combines functions for component and package management, while also providing support for Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP), an important feature of today’s enterprise application frameworks. An initial version of this core package was
already presented at T3BOARD07 and is now available for download from the 5.0 Subversion repository.
The 5.0 development team, which currently consists of five members, aims to present the first milestone of the development roadmap at this year’s TYPO3 Conference in Karlsruhe. The next opportunity to catch a glimpse of the project is at the T3DD07. More information on the 5.0 repository, roadmaps and milestones, as well as current news can be found at  and .
typo3.org – the Hub
As the most important project for fostering the further development of TYPO3, a new effort to build a team and spark a common vision of a next-generation infrastructure for typo3.org as the unrivaled community and development hub is made by Kasper Skårhøj and Daniel Hinderink. Watch typo3.org news for more information on this project. Questions regarding the R&D committee should be directed to Kasper Skårhøj:
The second general assembly (GA) of the TYPO3 association takes place on March 9th 2007 at the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institut in Rüschlikon/Zürich. Registration for the event has already been held. Volunteers for creating a web cast can contact Dominic Brander: firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently the association has roughly 230 members. Half of them are
New among the active members but a long time supporter and avid contributor to TYPO3 is Ingmar Schlecht. Welcome Ingmar!