[TYPO3-english] Fork of Typo3 ?

Dan Osipov dosipov at phillyburbs.com
Sat Feb 21 18:21:33 CET 2009

This is completely false. We run a news portal with close to a million 
daily hits on TYPO3 core.

Dan Osipov
Calkins Media

Konstantin wrote:
> Sorry, but TYPO3 coudnt be applied to site with one million visited page 
> per day. Typo3 has powerfull engine to quick creating site in style: 
> "create and forget". If you want create news portal or power social 
> network - you should use other engine. So true. I know what i say 
> becouse i develop sites on Typo3 from version 3.6 and translate more 
> than 400 pages documentation of Typo in russian language such as 
> doc_core_inside,  doc_core_api and others.
> So - i take from Typo only backend wich is very strict, as all german :) 
> No more...
> This why i created separate CMS and it can be part of Typo if become 
> core :).
> Hope future versions of Typo core will plan (also) people who worked 
> with highload projects.
> "Steffen Müller" <typo3 at t3node.com> сообщил/сообщила в новостях 
> следующее: 
> news:mailman.1.1235159141.20310.typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de...
>> Hi.
>> On 20.02.2009 19:29 Dmitry Dulepov wrote:
>>> It is already clear. No need to be more clear...
>> I think he simply didn't get the idea of GPL, commons and copyright.
>> Konstantin, I guess you have worked hard and tried your best.
>> Now take a breath and read a bit about commons, maybe something by
>> Lawrence Lessig or Richard Stallmann, which I personally like very much.
>> Have a look at their idea of copyright and property. Then think about
>> why we all contribute our knowledge, our time and creativity to TYPO3
>> and share it with others. Why we don't claim to be "owner", thus making
>> our living with TYPO3 - without owning and without controlling it. GPL
>> and free software is also about fairness in a maybe unfair world and it
>> has also proven to be stable in an economic driven world. We all
>> collaborate in a project to make our own profit. And we do that by
>> sharing things, which allows others to profit, too.
>> There's no need to refactor TYPO3 on your own for the sake of "owning"
>> and licensing. It's much more efficient to spend your efforts for TYPO3
>> and contribute to this great project. You and the community could
>> benefit much more.
>> I hope that was not too pathetic. :)=
>> -- 
>> cheers,
>> Steffen
>> http://www.t3node.com/ 

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