[TYPO3-core] Proposal for the upcoming Roadmap and LTS
ringedingdong at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 09:02:51 CET 2012
after reading several sites and articles on typo3.org all those points
are known to me know. Nevertheless thanks for the list.
But who reads the forge? Designers, Webdesigners? Maybe some, but look
at the total amount of votes. The item on top has ten votes! This,
compared to the size of our community, seems to me like a number much
On the other hand, read the first ten requests, all of them have a
clear focus on programming. We need people who have expertise in
concept, layout and webdesign.
The only way, in my opinion, to reach them is a central navigation
point on typo3.org in conjunction with a marketing effort to push this
idea so everyone in this huge community gets the message. This is and
can not be the function of the forge.
On 2012-11-14 19:26:29 +0000, Philipp Gampe said:
> Hi Alexander Hahn,
> Alexander Hahn wrote:
>> Wouldn't a list of features people want or need be nice? Maybe more
>> people would start developing them. Now there is a huge barrier for new
>> people (developer, designer, webdesigner) to start something or even to
>> know they could start something on their own.
> We lack neither ideas nor patch requests, but we do lack reviewers and
> testers. That would (IMHO) the most helpful way to support TYPO3 CMS atm.
> You can vote for issues at forge and you can ask on the dev list for
> supportes if you want to implement a feature.
> You can also contact the release managers and core team leaders via email if
> you want to contribute.
> Most wanted features:
> Easy tasks (190):
> Pending patch request (features, master):
> Pending patch request (bugfixes, all branches):
> On top of that you can (contribute):
> * Documentation (references, guides)
> * Flow, Neos
> * Extensions
> * Introduction package
> * Translations
> * spead knowledge, share tutorials, material of all kinds
> Best regards
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