[TYPO3-typo3org] "Sites made with TYPO3"
Kian T. Gould
nospam at aoemedia.de
Wed May 7 12:21:30 CEST 2008
Any idea of what they would charge for that, of course we could also do
it ourselves. I think the idea is very good lets brainstorm a bit more
I think the idea should be that only brands that are listed in the
Top100 ranking from Millward can be added to the top brands list. So the
way we could do it is that we have a field that is optional in the
reference form that says Millward ranking with a link to the current PDF
for people to look up if their project is on the Top100 list and on what
position. When someone fills out this field an e-mail gets send to
someone suitable (I could do it without a problem but maybe also more
than one person so it gets done quickly) saying that they added a
listing, then the person can check if the position they put in is real
or not and confirm it if it is.
I like the idea of putting the newest top brand sites at the top as long
as only Top 100 sites appear there and when you click on more you get
them listed in the actual ranking order from Millward.
Any other ideas to that? The only issue I see is that when the new
ranking comes out the values are not valid anymore so there I would
suggest a mechanism where the person that checks the rankings can send
out an e-mail blast to all people that have a top brand ranking to ask
them to check if their Millward ranking id is still correct. Any better
"Daniel Hinderink" <daniel at typo3.org> wrote in message
news:mailman.1.1210085834.21371.typo3-team-typo3org at lists.netfielders.de:
> Hi Kian,
> I think the best solution is to introduce a second ranking box, keeping
> the existing one as the "community picks" and a second one with "best
> Obviously Brands are selected by hand, much like the reference List on
> .com. Brands are generally not hard to choose, simply go by brand value
> (Milward Brown and Interbrand publish rankings annually) and/or share
> price/market value.
> That would still require someone suitable to maintain that list. Within
> that list, the ranking should be chronologically, with last additions on
> top. On the bottom it could link to a "top brands"-listing page.
> Care to sponsor pixelrund to do this, or ask them to do it yourself?
> The community picks now show the average rating. It could be changed to
> the total sum of stars, which would also be worth considering.
> Kian T. Gould schrieb:
> > Hi guys
> > Thanks a lot for this new extension which was IMHO very overdue. I think
> > the features are getting there now but after a first trial we noticed a
> > major flaw of the system, which is the voting ability. We added our
> > largest and most complex reference CISCO Systems to the list, which is
> > currently definitely the biggest reference on the list because so far
> > mostly small projects were added and what happened? It was voted down by
> > a lot of people that added small projects and voted for them themselves
> > and is now not even under the Top sites anymore. When a potential
> > corporation interested in using TYPO3 sees these Top sites, they
> > probably would think that TYPO3 is a small community platform and not
> > suitable for their needs and rather turn to other systems which is
> > exactly what we don't want with a system like this. This way again we
> > have an unqualified listing of references that has some more info but is
> > in no way more differenciating than the old system.
> > There are two sites there right now that deserve to be their IMHO, those
> > being fotobuch AG and Tourismus Hamburg (and CISCO of course :-) ) but
> > the rest is really not a great presentation of the TYPO3 power.
> > Therefore I would like to open the discussion to ideas and suggestions
> > how a voting process could be done in a way that the Top sites are
> > really representations of the power of TYPO3 and not a result of voting
> > manipulation. If you totally don't agree with me please also give your
> > input, maybe I am looking at this from the wrong perspective.
> > Best Regards
> > Kian
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