[Typo3] just a word of praise!
McCluskey, Chris (ISD)
Chris.McCluskey at isd.csa.scot.nhs.uk
Wed Jun 22 16:30:48 CEST 2005
Easy tiger... my point is (and I do apologise for my posts - just a bit of
mischief) I think Typo3 to an extent reinvents the wheel and as such can be
pointless. If I'm going to take time to learn something I want it to be
scalable and I don't want it to limit me to one product open source or
otherwise - from that point of view I think Typo3 has gone down a Microsoft
style route, rather than following standards that will allow different
product to interact with each other in a manageable way.
It's also not the best system from a usability point of view. I think a
complete overhaul would be the best and the involvement of people with an
understanding of HCI from ground level would be invaluable.
The system makes too many assumptions and you have to spend months undoing
defaults. If Typo3 was a good framework it would be cleaner, allowing you to
build from a neutral base.
I do have other constructive criticisms I could make but I reckon I given
you all enough to be getting on with... by the way that was just another
little bit of mischief ;o)
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[mailto:typo3-english-bounces at lists.netfielders.de]On Behalf Of Stefan
Sent: 22 June 2005 14:00
To: typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de
Subject: Re: [Typo3] just a word of praise!
McCluskey, Chris (ISD) wrote:
> - are we still talking about a quick install or after months of learning
> rather pointless typoScript?
> *throws stone at a numpty*
just because it takes _you_ months to learn TS because you obviously
dont grasp its concept / what TS actually is made for you call it
pointless...thats ridiculous and shows that you actually got no clue...
I dont understand Spanish...hm, must be pointless as most people speak
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