[TYPO3-typo3org] documentation / Jive

Kasper Skårhøj kasper2006 at typo3.com
Tue Oct 17 23:40:02 CEST 2006

On categories; Today, in blogging, I understand that people "tag"  
content with manually written keywords which form a "folksonomy"; a  
sort of implicitly agreed to set of categories. (Please correct me  
where I'm wrong).

Why not apply a similar organic approach to extension categorization?  
We could even let the TER users apply categories and not extension  
owners! That might be even more userfriendly in the long run (along  
the view that an insiders understanding doesn't match how an end-user  
thinks about things).

- aksper

On Oct 17, 2006, at 20:00 , Patrick Gaumond wrote:

> Alex Heizer wrote:
>> For now, I need to set up the categories in the BE, and I'll use the
>> categories that Chris Paige had set up on the initial typo3.us effort
>> (see  http://test.typo3.us/index.php?id=45 ) just to get us  
>> started. If
>> anyone has any other recommendations, feel free to chime in on  
>> this, the
>> categories are very dynamic, so it doesn't have to be perfect the  
>> first
>> time. I just want to get something up quickly so we can start adding
>> content and get it in approximately the right place and I think what
>> Chris did is a great foundation to start with. It can be refined  
>> as we
>> go and see what works and what doesn't.
> Another place to look for categories is the page on the wiki that I
> setup this summer to get some feedback on TER categories.
> http://wiki.typo3.org/index.php/Extensionscategories
> I've added the list Michael sent me in September.
> Patrick
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- kasper

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