[TYPO3-typo3org] What should happen to buzz.typo3.org?
ben van 't ende
ben.vantende at typo3.org
Wed Aug 8 18:38:12 CEST 2012
In the marketing team meeting we talked about bringing buzz to typo3.org so we
reduce the number of websites we need to maintain and buzz is definitely a
community aspect we want to feature on typo3.org. We will have a specific design
content wise so the blog fits with the typo3.org design. I will plan a typo3.org
code sprint for the end of this year where we can work on several issues and
maybe also the integration of buzz into typo3.org. I will also request budget
for a number of code sprints for the coming year.
How does that sound?
On 30/07/12 01:44, bernd wilke wrote:
> Am Tue, 10 Jul 2012 12:47:58 +0200 schrieb Robert Lemke:
>> Hi folks,
>> On 28.06.2012, at 19:35, ben van 't ende <ben.vantende at typo3.org> wrote:
>>> Please add your thoughts, ideas and requirements here:
>> some more thoughts, not added to the wiki yet:
>> I agree that we need both - a planet and a blog platform for those who
>> don't have or don't want to have their own blog which is being
>> aggregated (typically teams). The FLOW3 "Blog Example" _basically_ works
>> for me for some time now but of course lacks various features. However,
>> I have some plans with this package: I recently started looking at
>> converting the blog example app into a plugin for Phoenix. My goal is to
>> convert my own website into a Phoenix site soon and make blog posts some
>> first-class content type in the Phoenix content repository. From then on
>> I also want to implement features I wished I had for a long time, such
>> as support for code syntax highlighting and better media support (more
>> images, videos …).
>> So my suggestion is this: create a well-designed planet which basically
>> aggregates any source. That planet could be the original planet FLOW3
>> app converted into a Phoenix plugin so that planet.typo3.org would
>> actually become a Phoenix website. For teams and others interested,
>> there will be backend logins so they can write blog posts (buzz
>> replacements) which are included in some way or the other.
>> What do you think?
> It is a pity you will do a lot of work for your website and the community
> will still miss a good blog-extension full of features and easy to
> I know at least 2 persons who does not get the Blog-Example to work in
> their design and realised their "blog" with other extensions (with a lot
> of features of a real blog missing)
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