[TYPO3-typo3org] Categorized ext. repository and other thoughts...

Daniel Hinderink daniel at typo3.org
Wed May 21 12:56:35 CEST 2008

Hi Stig,

thanks for your proposals.

I can only speak for t3reorg, a clear border of those two projects is 
still to be defined.

the concept for community functions built around the TER, under which 
heading I also see your ideas, is nowhere near being finished.

In fact a requirements process is yet to start.

Secondly, getting feedback on a draft of the specification, once that is 
available, is yet to be organized. That will however not be done by 
publishing the document and then waiting for comments through mailling 
lists, etc. since that is not efficient.

Usually the events are a good place for a workshop of that sort, or 
something comparable where all attendants can actually discuss things in 
real life and refine ideas into something more dense than just a few 
ideas tossed in and left to rot or flower.



Stig Nørgaard Færch schrieb:
> Steffen Kamper skrev:
>> "Stig Nørgaard Færch" <stig at 8620.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
>> news:mailman.1.1211311466.26349.typo3-team-typo3org at lists.netfielders.de... 
>>>>> Okay - nice.
>>>>> Didn't know about that.
>>>>> Where is the discussion? Any list? Is it only for team members?
>>>>> /Stig
>>>> sure we look for helping hands, just join the group if you want to 
>>>> help (t3teorg) ;)
>>> I don't have much spare time that I can contribute with. So I can 
>>> only share ideas and test.
>>> But I was just wondering why the discussion about this project and 
>>> others isn't public?
>>> /Stig
>> this is the best way to get results. It's free for all interested 
>> people to join the team, but working with aim and timeline can't work 
>> in public discussions only.
>> So the concept is finished for a long time and will be realized asap.
> Okay, that sounds great.
> I'm in favor of an open debate though. Of course actual dicisions 
> shouldn't be taken democratic in public, but in the team. But I don't 
> understand why the team isn't interested in the community's opinion (or 
> maybe they are, but I didn't notice it then).
> /Stig

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