[TYPO3-core] TemplaVoila ... what to do with it?

Tolleiv Nietsch tolleiv.nietsch at typo3.org
Tue Apr 9 16:27:10 CEST 2013


@Phillip you didn't get my point (did you even fully read my mail?). I
was asking the "Active Contributors" for their opinion how this
extension should be treated in the future. I did not suggest to use the
team structure or anything from the GoogleDoc - I was just "targeting"
that group of people.

BUT: TemplaVoila can't live without proper support by the "Active
contributors" of the TYPO3 Core and if everyone from that group ignores
or condemns that extension, it's not possible to maintain it.


Philipp Gampe schrieb:
> Hi Tolleiv,
> Tolleiv Nietsch wrote:
>> seems that TemplaVoila is (still) a very popular part of the TYPO3 CMS
>> world and I don't think that it is healthy to keep such an important
>> part unmentioned when it comes to discussing the future.
> I have the same impression. This should make it moderately easy to find some 
> contributor who want to work in the extension in feature (e.g. do 
> maintenance tasks).
>> As I'm personally loosing confidence in the TYPO3 CMS atm, I don't want
>> to decide anything important within asking the actually *active* people.
>> So in case you consider yourself an Active Contributor (in the
>> definition of http://goo.gl/77iZi ) please share your ideas on how this
>> extension should be treated.
> This document is totally about the team structure of the CMS core. It does 
> not have any technical aspects (there will be an upcoming vision document 
> for larger discussion), nor does it apply to extensions in any way.
> You are of course free to use the same team management practices to develop 
> "your" extension.
>> Just to avoid false accusations (as seen on Twitter lately) -
>> TemplaVoila is working in TYPO3 6.0, it is compatible to FAL, there is
>> no other *active* maintainer other than me atm. - it is able to work
>> properly with workspaces and complex language setups at the same time.
> That is good to know :)
> I guess I need to quote this soon again.
> Best regards

Tolleiv Nietsch
TYPO3 Core Developer

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