Symfony 6.0.0-BETA3 released

Symfony 6.0.0-BETA3 has just been released. Here is a list of the most
important changes:

feature #44125 Add a setter on DateTimeNormalizer to change the default context at runtime (@Seldaek)
bug #44110 [FrameworkBundle] Fix default PHP attributes support in validation and serializer configuration when doctrine/annotations is not installed with PHP 8 (@fancyweb)
bug #44115 [WebProfilerBundle] Tweak the colors of the security panel (@javiereguiluz)
bug #44121 [Serializer] fix support for lazy properties (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #44108 [FrameworkBundle][Messenger] remove FlattenExceptionNormalizer definition if serializer not available (@kbond)
bug #44111 [Serializer] fix support for unset properties on PHP < 7.4 (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #44098 [DependencyInjection] fix preloading (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #44065 [FrameworkBundle] Add framework config for DBAL cache adapter (@GromNaN)
bug #44096 Make ExpressionVoter Cacheable (@jderusse)
bug #44070 [Process] intersect with getenv() to populate default envs (@nicolas-grekas)
feature #43181 Allow AbstractDoctrineExtension implementations to support the newer bundle structure (@mbabker)
bug #44060 [Cache] Fix calculate ttl in couchbase sdk 3.0 (@ajcerezo)
bug #43990 [Translation] [Loco] Generate id parameter instead of letting Loco do it (@welcoMattic)
bug #44043 [Cache] fix dbindex Redis (@a1812)
feature #44015 [Cache] Decrease the probability of invalidation loss on tag eviction (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #44064 [Cache] fix releasing not acquired locks (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #44063 [DependencyInjection] fix creating 2nd container instances (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #44056 [DependencyInjection] Fix YamlFileLoader return type (@1ed)

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