[TYPO3-typo3org] Help shape the future of TYPO3

Denyer Ec denyerec at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 17:37:47 CEST 2009

Just look at the "Joomla UX" project, which was a "Designed in the
public eye" approach at making the Joomla user experience more
streamlined and efficient. IMO allowing developers to design the UI's
for their tools is a dangerous game, as developers often make awful
usability experts :)

The more end-users who get to give their say on Typo3 the better, and
that means opening up the platform of discussion to less technical
users using pointy-clicky tools like forums and suchlike. Restricting
interaction to mailling lists is just another way of keeping the
stream of input restricted to the user-type who is comfortable working
with mailling lists. Cutting down the spectrum of input in such a
fashion is never good.

The user experience, both frontend and backend, is as important to
Typo3 as the core architecture, as one without the other is worth
little to anyone. Think about how many clients you've had to explain
certain quirks of the backend to, and how much easier life would have
been if they'd been able to suggest a better way through using a
pointy-clicky-shiney distracting "toy" interface. Not everyone who
doesn't like maillinglists has nothing to contribute ! :)

On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 6:35 PM, Philipp Gampe<phil at philippgampe.info> wrote:
> Am 29.07.2009, 00:00 Uhr, schrieb Steffen Kamper <info at sk-typo3.de>:
>> Hi,
>> Philipp Gampe schrieb:
>>> 90% would not be realized, but isn't it just worth the 10% ?


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