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The blog of the eZ Publish Community Project Board. This the place where announces regarding this project will be made, where meeting minutes will be published, and also where, through comments, anybody in the community can send feedback, remarks or ideas under the form of comments.

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The Week in Review: eZ Platform releases, Tag Bundle updates, RAD in Symfony and more

Friday 09 December 2016 08:30

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

With Christmas closing in, it looks like everyone in our community is ramping up for some ‘gifts’. In this week in review, I recap eZ Platform releases, an update on Tag Bundle from Netgen and lots more.

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The Week in Review: 1.7 LTS beta, new event dates and more

Friday 02 December 2016 07:37

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

This week brings us dates for the eZ Conference and Web Summer Camp, a heads up on eZ Platform and eZ Studio 1.7 LTS beta and our regular social and events updates.

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The Week in Review: Security Advisory, Platform.sh Developer Worfkflow, and More

Friday 18 November 2016 06:56

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

This week brings us a look ahead to SymfonyCon Berlin, a follow up on developing on eZ Platform on Platform.sh, a gift from Kaliop, and lots more.

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eZ Community Board meeting, October 20, 2016

Friday 11 November 2016 07:30

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

Here are the minutes of the latest Community Board meeting, October 20, 2016. Our previous minutes can be found here.

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The Week in Review: eZ Platform Voted Best Enterprise CMS, Community Board Updates and More

Friday 11 November 2016 06:04

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

This week brings us exciting news, as eZ Platform won the CMS Critic 2016 award for Best Enterprise CMS. We also saw the first crowdfunding campaign by Netgen, for the Tag Bundle. And we have updates from the Community Board.

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The Week in Review: New Fast Track Releases, Final Chance to Vote, and More

Friday 28 October 2016 11:23

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

As Halloween is around the corner, and temperatures signal the change of seasons, we can look back at this week with new fast track releases, a final chance to vote for the CMS Critic Awards, and more.

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eZ Community Board meeting minutes, September 29, 2016

Friday 14 October 2016 07:13

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

Here are the minutes of the latest Community Board meeting, September 29, 2016. Our previous minutes can be found here.

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The Week in Review: eZ Conference Recap, GraphQL Bundle, APIs, and More

Friday 14 October 2016 06:27

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

This week brings us a recap of the eZ Conference, a proof of concept GraphQL bundle for eZ Platform, how APIs work in an interview with David Liedle, and more.

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The Week in Review: 2.0 and Beyond, New Blog, 3 things you love, and More

Friday 30 September 2016 08:40

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

This week André Rømcke looks ahead to V2.0, the results of our survey  on 3 things you love about eZ Platform, a new blog on our Developer Hub, and more.

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The Week in Review: Partnership with Platform.sh, eZ Platform 1.5.1, and More

Friday 23 September 2016 06:29

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

This week, we have lots of exciting news as eZ Systems partners with Platform.sh, the release of eZ Platform and eZ Studio 1.5.1., Symfony coming to the US, and more.

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