[TYPO3-core] After the LTS is before the LTS

Anja Leichsenring aleichsenring at ab-softlab.de
Wed Jun 25 11:48:28 CEST 2014

Hi there,

I am all in for the proposed solution. It is not perfect, will need 
adaptions over time, but we can work on the flaws while we go.

Thank you to all involved to this proposal, it is great thinking.

Kind regards

On 23.06.2014 23:09, Ernesto Baschny wrote:
> Hi dear TYPO3 community,
> the TYPO3 CMS team is discussing about the release cycles of this
> product after the 6.2 LTS release. We learned from the past and wanted
> to improve the release process for everybody involved: developers,
> active contributors, agencies, customers. To allow everbody to
> participate actively in shaping the future of the CMS releases, we want
> to give the opportunity for everyone to join the discussion around the
> future of the TYPO3 CMS releases.
> Shortly after the 6.2 LTS Release the Active Contributors meeting in
> Nürnberg gave the team the opportunity to do a retrospective not only on
> the 6.2 release process, but also analyse the transition from 4.5 LTS to
> 6.2 LTS in general, and what happened in between. The reflection
> culiminated in the first ideas on how to proceed from now on. From the
> initial brainstorming we decided to sketch the new ideas in a conceptual
> study - in a blueprint. Since then the team has been improving and
> communicating about it.
> We are now eager to hear everybodys opinion on the new plan, as it might
> rise some questions. If you are actively interested in working with
> TYPO3 CMS in the next couple of years, have commercial or private
> interest in help improving the product, please consider take some time
> to think and tell us what you expect.
> During the TYPO3 Developer Days 2014 in Eindhoven it became clear that
> the TYPO3 CMS contributors are still alive and kicking and new ideas
> spreading. An active and vivid exchange with the TYPO3 Flow and Neos
> teams is happening. The motto "one family, two products" is the current
> tenor. We expect that TYPO3 CMS will continue getting improvements in
> the next few years, as long as there is still interest by the public and
> contributors working on it.
> Please read the Blueprint [1], form your opinion or question and post
> your opinion here on this thread. Your positive or negative feedback, or
> question or doubt is very welcome.
> Let's work on that together!
> Kind regards,
> Ernesto
> [1] http://wiki.typo3.org/Blueprints/Release

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