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This week in eZ - #48, 2015

Friday 27 November 2015 2:45:16 pm

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Week 48, and our second ‘Week in eZ’. I hope you enjoyed reading last week's post, and you came back to read the next. We have some exciting news for you again

In my ‘Week in eZ’ I am covering news, coming from our bloggers within the community, social media, the eZ Community on Slack, events, and more. If you have any news or events to share, please contact me, so I can include it in upcoming posts.

Week in eZ 48


eZ Platform 15.11, beta 8, was made available on November 20. You can grab the download on, and read the full release notes written by Bertrand Dunogier. This release is meant for testing purposes, and focuses on cleanup, stabilization and the online editor. Some of the highlights from the release notes:

  • Platform no longer comes with the demo
  • Platform UI performances improvements
  • Online editor embeds
  • Role, policies and languages management
  • XmlText moved to its own package
  • Default view templates
  • 20 Bug fixes

SensioLabs UK has made all talks from Symfony Live London, held on September 17-18,  available on YouTube. “Relive Seb Lee-Delisle’s awesome artistic keynote, catch up on Ciaran McNulty’s talk on Symfony testing strategies, learn a hexagonal approach to software architecture with Matthias Noback, and more.”

If you are also a member of the Symfony community, you can now vote for the Symfony Community Awards. “Trophies will be awarded to the chosen winners at the Symfony Awards ceremony on the evening of the 3rd December at SymfonyCon Paris 2015.”

In other Symfony news, Symfony 2.7.7, 2.6.12, and 2.3.35 were released.

The Community Board had its regular meeting last Tuesday. We finalized a draft for an update on the Governance Framework, which will be published within a week. The Governance Framework has been updated to match recent changes, and also to make board membership more flexible. Keep an eye on the Board's Blog, for this update.

Some weekend reading:

Social media

Patrick Allaert, former core developer at eZ, shared a nifty tool on Twitter, to compare content types from multiple environments, such as development, staging and production. You can find his tool on GitHub.

While discussing the pros and cons of the demobundle on our Slack channel, Carlos Revillo might have said something wrong, which lead to this Tweet:

eZ Publish or eZ Platform?


Symfony User Grup Cologne #sfugcgn takes place on December 9, in Cologne, Germany. See the full details.

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