[TYPO3-typo3org] Consolidate - don't divide?

Dmitry Dulepov dmitry at typo3.org
Thu Oct 19 10:27:45 CEST 2006


Staffan Ericsson wrote:
> Do we have infiltrators from Joomla, phpNuke, Mambo, Sharepoint or
> Polopoly in the TYPO3.org team? It seems like there is a tendency to
> divide the TYPO3 webprecense among several different sites.

This is because different people manage it. However nothing technically 
prevents them from working in different section of one site.

> We got more and more sub domains running with little presence on the
> main  page TYPO3.org or on TYPO3.com

Yes. I usually go only to typo3.org if I need to find something. If I 
need to search mailing lists, I go to news.listfielders.de (this could 
have typo3.org subdomain!).

> typo3.org is a site for developers - but where is the end-users site for
> TYPO3? Should TYPO3.com be less a marketing site and more for the end-user?

What do you mean by "site for end-users"? Who are "end users" for typo3?

> news.typo3.org should not exist - why not run all news on .org?

I think it is historical.

> buzz.typo3.org should at least have a little content on TYPO3.org so one
> could at least see what's new?.

Block somewhere in the left menu on front page?

> wiki.typo3.org is a good start but I liked the comment system of old
> TYPO3.org better - it was more easily available and solved more problems
> for me than the wiki has ever done. A few moderators of the
> documentation should take the best of the comments and incooperate it in
> the manuals. It should maybe be an option of the extension owners to
> receive automatic emails as soon as a comment is posted opening a
> possibility of faster support/development.

Wiki was used as a place to write drafts for proper documentation. At 
least this is what I remember from docteam posts several years ago.

> Kaspers great pod casts should be published on the front page


Dmitry Dulepov

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