Am 07.09.2012, 09:01 Uhr, schrieb yuppie <y.2...@wcm-solutions.de>:
I have additional data, but still have to verify it and merge it into
the CMF trunk todos. Just updated the todo for 'content' and added one
[-] means that we don't want/need to convert this
[?] means that we still have to decide if and how this should be
[/] means unfinished
Thanks for the clarification.
Some of the issues mentioned in 'content' might now belong into
'discussion'. Please update the todos according to your changes.
And I have a quick and dirty view implementation for local
role/sharing. Reimplementing it based on formlib would be a lot of work,
so maybe I should just check in my code.
As I'm not even sure what it does I'd definitely suggest you check it in.
I'd also be very interested in your "skinless" workaround. As luck would
have it I was discussing CMF with someone and I think we should have it in
the docs somewhere.
I would also like to add a quick install guide for anyone wanting to use
CMFDefault as a springboard.
I thought we'd agreed not to make them the default for this release but
remove the "experimental" label from the profile. Personally, I would
like to see them as the default, not least because they nearly all have
coverage. But, we shouldn't be packing too much into a single release.
Maybe because you work with trunk you notice less?
I didn't propose to pack all this in CMF 2.3. My list also contains the
next steps after the release.
Where is the list?
Off the top of my head:
correcting the docs.
There are also duplicate DCWorkflow docs. Someone has to figure out
if the old .stx docs are redundant and obsolete.
There are equivalents for all .stx as .rst. I thought I had moved the
files over but apparently not. I don't know what to do about the
examples. But the .stx files can go.
You moved the docs to the new place, so why didn't/don't you remove the
obsolete files yourself?
It was sort of rhetorical. I thought I'd done svn move, to preserve the
history. But considering the refactoring I guess I didn't. I'll pull the
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