A little over a week ago, the Joomla! Project anounced the release of Joomla 3.5. The major advantage this has is that the widely used CMS has PHP7 support, allowing webmasters to upgrade their server installations and take advantage of the performance improvements that PHP7 brings.
The new version comes with an e-mail update plugin to allow site admins to know when there are patches and bug fixes; hopefully they will then patch their sites to the benefit of everyone.
A run down of the listed major changes are:
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Open source and widely popular CMS Drupal released a maintenance fix to their 8.x branch a little under a week ago. This release fixes some bugs in the branch, but there’s no security fixes as part of it. The list of changes is available here. The change log also lists April 20th as the release date for Drupal 8.1.0 which should have further fixes and new features.
For those people running a CMS site, keeping up to date with the security and bug fix patches is good practice, and therefore you should look to update as soon as possible.