[TYPO3-doc] Short introduction
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Tue Apr 20 09:19:40 CEST 2010
> I don't know by now what would be the best process to become part of
> the documentation team and if there are some mysterious inauguration
> rituals, so I thougth that I would like to introduce myself and just
> ask in a quite naive way, what I might can do in this team.
> Actually I am an employee of a larger drugstore company and my part
> is the administration of the new built TYPO3 site and the further
> development of the several website projects. So I am still interested
> in documentations with a professional quality. Actually a
> documentation for the solr extension. I don't know if this is
> scheduled at dkd or if Ingo Renner is already creating it, but that
> would be a task that is quite interesting for me because we will
> integrate the solr search in our website in the next months.
> But that is just a first idea from my side. So there is only one
> stupid question left: What shall I do next?
Not stupid at all! ;-)
There are not that many people who are ready to work on documentation,
so your willingness to contribute is more than welcome. And you arrive
at a good time: we are currently restructuring the whole TYPO3
documentation, so there will be a lot of work in the future updating the
existing manuals or writing entirely new ones.
More specifically about Solr, the thing to know is that this newsgroup
is essentially dedicated to the general TYPO3 documentation. The Solr
integration is a TYPO3 extension. As such if you want to document it,
you should take direct contact with the Solr extension development team
(see the Forge project page ).
Now if you want to contribute to the general documentation - as I said
already - you are very welcome. I don't really have a task to hand out
to you right now, but the first thing you should do is go through the
recent threads in this newsgroup, so that you get a feel for what is
going on right now.
(Just a side note: please don't reply to an existing thread when
starting a new object, because the discussion threads all get messed up
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