[TYPO3-core] Proposal for the upcoming Roadmap and LTS

Alexander Hahn ringedingdong at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 17:19:05 CET 2012

Hi Ben,

thanks for the info. It's at short notice but me and several colleagues 
will try to help out on this or the next event.

But this is not what I meant. The current software is labeled "Website 
Feedback". My idea was a main point in the navigation. Something like 
"Ideas for future releases" where everyone can publish ideas, vote for 
other ideas and all of us can comment. I believe it is very possible to 
generate new people with such a feature, who could bring new stuff into 
TYPO3. Whatever form of contribution this will be - Concept, Layout, 
Webdesign or Development.
Now, there are highly talented people building what they think is nice, 
but are these the features a modern CMS needs? Sometimes yes, sometimes 


On 2012-11-14 11:13:54 +0000, ben van 't ende said:

> Hi Alexander,
> You are very right with what you are saying. We implemented uservoice on
> typo3.org, which is a similar tool like getsatisfaction. The response 
> on that is
> great, but unfortunately we do not have enough people to deal with the tickets.
> We also do not communicate that well as a project. The first thing 
> would be that
> we need to communicate clearly how people can participate. Having a 
> proper forum
> would also be something that can improve communication. I already added 
> an issue
> about commiting and contributing in the editorial team issue tracker:
> http://forge.typo3.org/issues/42268
> Thanks again for reminding about the importance of this. I will make sure that
> this will be a priority at the typo3.org code sprint we have next month in
> Wiesbaden.
> The code sprint is still open for participation.
> http://typo3.org/news/article/fourth-typo3org-sprint-in-wiesbaden/
> gRTz ben
> On 14/11/12 11:30, Alexander Hahn wrote:
>> On 2012-11-14 10:23:13 +0000, Dmitry Dulepov said:
>>> It is quite easy. You just do what you like and submit it as a patch request.
>>> It can be rejected however. So if you want it to be bullet proof, contact
>>> Oliver Hader, who is the core team leader and talk to him about your feature
>>> or contribution. It may take sometime to get the answer but he is a great guys
>>> and will respond. Contribution is always welcome!
>> Yes, know I know this. But the step to get this information is to high.
>> I think we have many potential developers out there who would participate,
>> especially small things. Not an extension. Something like a new look for an old
>> modul, YouTube channel design or take the editorial team for example. 
>> How should
>> people/companies, who use TYPO3 as a tool, know there is something like that?
>> The only way now is they have to activly search typo3.org, which I think most
>> won't do, because the only thing they use on typo3.org is the download 
>> button or
>> maybe even worse the direct download via Git or SourceForge!

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