[TYPO3-50-general] Questions about FLOW3

Nino Martincevic don at zampano.com
Tue Mar 24 13:06:41 CET 2009

Timo A. Hummel wrote:
> An address is an entity which describes where a specific person, object, 
> company etc can be found. The address object is an object which can 
> contain other objects, which basically are simple themselves. By giving 
> a developer the chance to adjust the address object, that's all he needs 
> to develop a specific solution. I'm pretty sure you missed that; I have 
> the impression you think in absolute objects, not in base objects.

I don't think in objects, but in the things I have to develop in a 
specific context.

Just saying we need an address is like saying we need the number 42.

If my client says: the address has to have this or that data, that's fine.
But the more interesting question are: can there be duplicate addresses, 
do they need to be verified, do they have to contain a person name, are 
they sharable, will they be synchronized  with another (legacy) system?

And these are the question you have to ask and you have to design and 

And please don't suppose someone misses the point as long as you hadn't 
the pain that leeds to gain.

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