[TYPO3-typo3org] The absent father comes home

JoH asenau info at cybercraft.de
Mon Oct 16 05:39:51 CEST 2006

>> If there is anybody interested in helping us with this project, feel
>> free to contact me.
>> And it would be nice if someone of the "officials" could give us BE
>> access to "enable us to share" ;-)
> These are all already available under support.typo3.org
> (categorization, commenting, ratings, no extra cost). Plus, a visitor
> can search all the mailing lists plus snippets at once instead of
> doing a mailing list search on one site then going to another site to
> search snippets. Also, forum visitors can request that a particularly
> helpful post be turned into a snippet directly, and forum users can
> be set up as "experts" on specific areas of expertise (to help
> disseminate knowledge). The KB is also RSS enabled so people can
> subscribe to each category they're interested in. Contact me offlist
> and I can set you up as a KB administrator so we can start getting
> some new snippets in.

Sounds (and looks) great, but there are 3 questions left:

Could it be that the login for support.typo3.org differs from the typo3.org
login? (If yes, why isn't there a single sign on?)
Can you assign more than one category to a snippet entry? (If not, can this
be implemented?)
Can you activate at least some <pre>-Tags to make it possible to publish
snippets including whitespace like tabs and spaces and the use of html-tags
inside the TS-code (so anything inside the <pre>-Tags should be

So in fact there were 5 questions ;-)

Especially the last one is very important, since unformatted TS-code
wouldn't make much sense. I tested a snippet with the preview function and
each HTML-Tag of any wrap has been interpreted as HTML code ore removed
completely. Whitespace has been completely ignored. If you could change
that, we definitely wouldn't need any new extension for the snippet archive.

Anyway you can count me in as administrator.


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