[TYPO3-english] post worldwide TYPO3-Forums, developer-pages and other T3-ressources here
ab.becker at web.de
Sun May 3 20:07:15 CEST 2009
Simply learn french and you will see that the french board has often much
better solutions than all others. The fact that you can't understand a
language does not assume that the things written in this language are not
usable or of high quality.
On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 12:51 AM, Francois Suter <fsuter at cobweb.ch> wrote:
> > 4) Portal
> > http://typo3.fr/
> > language: french
> > description: a closed forum, some info about working with TYPO3 -
> > each french person who want to work with TYPO3 should visit
> > english-spoken or german-spoken pages instead of wasting time.
> > my Rating: 30% Quality - perhaps better than Nothing.
> Do you speak French? On what have you based your judgment, which is
> pretty harsh? Do you have any idea what you're talking about?
> The French TYPO3 forums are extremely rich. They cover a large variety
> of topics from installing TYPO3, using it and developing for it all the
> way to life of the community. It's a very extensive resource with pretty
> knowledgeable people providing answers.
> Please don't make such negative assertions without being sure of
> yourself. It shows a lack of respect for other people's work.
> Francois Suter
> Cobweb Development Sarl - http://www.cobweb.ch
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