[TYPO3-core] Migrating the system extension manuals to ReStructured Text

Tolleiv Nietsch tolleiv.nietsch at typo3.org
Thu Aug 23 00:54:25 CEST 2012


well I seems that my expectation is/was wrong - when I hear "proxy 
method" in that context my expectation is that an "normal user" will not 
be disrupted in his "browsing experience". This means that at least main 
navigation and footer navigation should be kept intact and that the page 
styles don't change significantly.

Rereading the thread - it seems that what you suggest as "proxy method" 
is really just a URL rewriting. In that case I still see many questions 
- but atm. my time is very limited and therefore I just hope that you 
know what you're doing.


François Suter schrieb:
> Hi Tolleiv,
> Sorry for the late reply, I was on holiday.
>> doesn't answer how this all integrates in general into typo3.org
>> (search, header/footer parts of the website) and who's going to do
>> that ;)
> I understand your concern. First of all, if we use the proxy method
> already discussed, the amount of work should be minimal and the server
> team will help with that (I guess). As far as the content itself is
> concerned, the work is mostly editorial and the Documentation branch
> will be handled by the Doc Team itself, of course.
> For the search I have had contacts in the past already with both Ingo
> and Olivier, but nothing sustained. I need to pick that up again.
> I'm not sure what you mean with the "header/footer" parts. I don't see
> anything that should be modified on typo3.org. Or do you mean what
> header/footer should be on docs.typo3.org? If the latter, then it's the
> Doc Team that will take care of it, although we may ask for advice
> either the typo3.org team or the design team for some of the elements.
> Actually we're already in contact with the design team for integrating
> the typo3.org design.
> Cheers

Tolleiv Nietsch
TYPO3 Core Developer

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