[TYPO3-50-general] New pages, a roadmap and more news ...
bmack at kirix.com
Fri Sep 29 10:55:09 CEST 2006
Hey Robert & Karsten,
I just wanted to say thanks. After yesterday there is a good and nice
understanding on what is needed and how it will be done. I think a lot
of people didn't know the "What" in 5.0 because they just heard the
Java-CR, but now it's totally clear and it makes a lot of sense.
Thanks for the roadmap ...and the coffee ;-)
Robert Lemke wrote:
> Hi folks,
> at the end of the week I'm glad to post some more news from our project.
> But first of all I'd like to ask you for your understand if I don't
> respond as quick as you hope - currently I can only spend about two days
> per week with TYPO3 5.0 and I have to budget that time a bit. So it's
> not ignorance but the usual reason: too busy ...
> Yesterday I met again with Karsten (we try to meet every Thursday for
> working on 5.0 - that requires a 2x2h train ride ...). With Kasper and
> Sebastian we discussed some general ideas about including your many
> ideas into one - or maybe several projects. We really intend to support
> the diversity of ideas and approaches but we need some more time to
> discuss this with the other active members of the T3A. Therefore, please
> give us some time for this part.
> There are some concrete results from our meeting. One point is that we
> created an initial roadmap which we'd like to discuss with you in
> detail. Check out http://typo3.org/teams/5.0-development/roadmap/ and
> let us know what you think about it.
> Then I have created two more pages, one about the project in general and
> one FAQ page with some initial questions and answers. Feel free to send
> us more questions which you think should be answered on this page.
> Finally I have uploaded a little diagram and some more text to
> illustrate the Data Access Component and content repository
> architecture. http://typo3.org/teams/5.0-development/teams/data-access/
> If you are interested in the Content Repository topic and would like to
> help us out, please consider joining the team of Sebastian Kurfürst who
> is currently working on the Jackrabbit connector.
> In the pipeline: After some brainstorming Karsten is now preparing an
> initial draft for our coding guidelines. I imagine that we even have
> something like a coding style guide and a glossary which helps you
> choosing the right names for variables, class names etc.
> Well, that's all I can write for now, I've got to get back to work ;-)
> Have a nice weekend!
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