[TYPO3-typo3org] What should happen to buzz.typo3.org?

Steffen Gebert steffen.gebert at typo3.org
Fri Aug 31 00:16:15 CEST 2012

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Regarding the Planet:


They manage their Planet site through Gerrit..
Should we fork their repo? ;-)

Kind regards

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Am 6/25/12 6:58 PM, schrieb Steffen Gebert:
> Dear community,
> I'd like to ask for your opinion and ideas, what should happen with
> our blog site http://buzz.typo3.org
> Its state is disastrous - it looks ugly, uses an extremely
> outdated TYPO3 version, and enabling a user to write own blog posts
> is just a PITA.
> I see a few options: (1) shut it down without any replacement -
> IMHO no option (2) integrate it into typo3.org (maybe under
> Community) (3) keep the subdomain to make clear that it's
> user-generated content and revamp it based on modern software (let
> it be TYPO3 with any blog extension, Wordpress, or some other
> $blogSoftware).
> The requirements that I would expect: (1) every typo3.org user must
> be able to write blog posts (without an admin having to set
> anything up) (2) teams must be able to have a team blog. Importing
> team structure from forge.typo3.org would be amazing (3) the most
> important point: we need a team of a few people that feel 
> responsible and maintain that web site. The server team would
> provide a vhost, only the $blogSoftware itself has to be
> maintained.
> Your opinion? You're in?
> Kind regards Steffen
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