[TYPO3-typo3org] The end user defined

Robert Lemke robert at typo3.org
Sun Oct 22 16:12:03 CEST 2006

Hi Graham and Staffan,

Am 19.10.2006 um 11:11 schrieb Graham Solomon:

> I agree with a lot of what you have said Staffan, I do not  
> understand why
> news.typo3.org isn't part of typo3.org, I check that site as a  
> separate
> bookmark because otherwise I would miss most of the news.

news.typo3.org is our central hub for news, also technically. The  
main purpose is to manage news for typo3.com, typo3.org and  
association.typo3.org from one place - I still think that this makes  
a lot of sense. Another reason for having a separate news site (on a  
separate server in a separate data center) is that we're still able  
to communicate in the unlikely event of break down of one of the  
other sites.

For me it doesn't make much difference if you have a overview of all  
news feeds at typo3.org/news or at news.typo3.org. What could be  
discussed though is which news are displayed at which place. That  
mainly depends on which categories the news item author selects.


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