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

Dmitry Dulepov dmitry at typo3.org
Mon Oct 23 10:34:57 CEST 2006


Alex Heizer wrote:
> Based on Staffan Ericcson's, Dmitri Dulepov's and Daniel Brüßler's 
> beginning, I understood the question to be about non-www.typo3.org 
> destinations (news, buzz, wiki, and support) running non-TYPO3 software. 
> For non-main things (including bugtracking and the mailing lists), 
> sometime you do need to choose the best tool for the job, even if your 
> product is "creating software".
> To carry that idea one step further, I would always say "use the best 
> tool for the job", but I would then also stress that if it is to power 
> the main site of a CMS producer itself, then make sure the "best" tool 
> is "our" tool. It would be embarrassing to use Joomla! or Documentum to 
> power TYPO3's site, so my vote would go towards making sure TYPO3 is the 
> best thing for the job. For that it would take a good, clear analysis of 
> what the site needs, what TYPO3's strengths and shortcomings are, and 
> exactly what it would take to get there.


Dmitry Dulepov

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