Stay up-to-date with Neos and Flow
Sponsor the Neos Frankfurt Sprint
The Neos Team and many new and old contributors will meet for a whole week end of September. You can sponsor food and travel, and we'll sponsor our time!
Meet Neos series kicked off in Hamburg
Last week marked the beginning of a new series of events focused exclusively on Neos: Meet Neos 1-day conferences. The goal is to bring the core team, the community, developers and end users closer together and showcase the potential of the Neos content application platform.
Neos Project Launches Funding Platform
The Neos Team developed an agile and transparent funding concept which allows companies and individuals to support Neos by buying membership-like or one-time supporter badges.
Neos is now on GitHub
The development of Neos and Flow now happens on GitHub. Announced during Inspiring Conference at the end of March the move is now done.
Neos 2.0 released
The release of version 2.0 is a great milestone for Neos. Built on feedback from agencies, users, editors and developers, Neos 2.0 contains more improvements & bugfixes than any previous release. At the same time, greatly anticipated features have been implemented, emphasizing the CMS's claim to be a great tool for more and more content projects. With this release Neos becomes a greatly matured CMS - or a Content Application Platform as we see it.
Neos website gets WCAG 2.0 accessibility certification
If you ever wondered whether it is possible to build fully accessible websites with Neos, we can give you a definite answer: Yes!
The All-New Community Infrastructure
While most of the Neos team is gathered at the code sprint in Nuremberg we want to share the latest developments regarding the Neos Project's infrastructure with you.
Why a license change to MIT makes sense for Flow users
We want to make Flow as free as possible to further its adoption. The current LGPL license has drawbacks with its copyleft clauses. Neos will remain GPL.
Neos 2.0 beta released
Today we started the beta phase of Neos 2.0. This major upgrade focusses on internationalisation, fine grained security and cloud-ready asset management.
Preparing for the Future
A few days have passed since the announcement that Neos will transition into an independent project. On Tuesday and Wednesday we met in Munich to discuss the next steps.
Neos to become independent
It is our goal to continuously strengthen Neos, Flow and the community that surrounds these awesome open source products. The TYPO3 Association and we - the Neos team - have therefore started negotiations to separate ourselves on an organisational level.
Keynote and product vision talks from Inspiring Con 2015
At the 2015 Inspiring Conference Robert Lemke delivered the keynote talking about the past, present and future of the Neos software and project. Closing day one, Rasmus Skjoldan and Daniel Hinderink spoke about their vision for a product strategy hinging on one of the major trends in content management. The videos can be found below. Feedback, comments and sharing is most welcome.
Privilege Escalation in TYPO3 Neos
It has been discovered that TYPO3 Neos is vulnerable to Privilege Escalation.
TYPO3 Neos 1.2 released
Exactly one year ago, the team behind Neos released the very first version of the software we build – what was then dubbed TYPO3 Neos 1.0. This December, we’re very happy to announce the release of the third major version. Now version 1.2 is available and it comes with a plethora of new features.
TYPO3 Neos 1.2 Beta released
The first beta of TYPO3 Neos version 1.2 has been released for testing.
Update: We relased TYPO3 Neos 1.2 beta 3