Moving my extensions to Github

The TYPO3 Forge is an interesting place that groups together a set of extensions and web resources. Unfortunately, the platform has negotiated the transition to Git with delay and many projects have moved to Github , Bitbucket and others. Added to this, the difficulty of Gerrit which is a tool pretty tricky to get started with.

To facilitate contributions on my projects, I decided to move my extensions to Github for pragmatic reasons.

This article is available in French as well.

Tags: github

Using the migration file

Today I decided to migrate the namespace of this extension

This is quite simple actually.

Welcome to my blog which looks more as an experiment for the moment.

What is going to be here? Mainly technical stuff related to my on-going projects.

I work in my daily work with products from the TYPO3 ecosystem mainly with CMS but not only! I am maintaining a couple of extensions there.

This blog is powered by Sculpin, a flexible site generator. I stumbled upon Sculpin while looking around for different site generator system. Sculpin is written in PHP and has a nice architecture on the top of Symfony. This kind of product looks quite appealing for economic, small-size website. Once the site is generated there is no maintenance required anymore. As a bonus, it can be freely hosted on various places!

For a quick start I have been using this repository which provides a straightforward structure to start bloging with Scuplin.

Tags: typo3

Fab Area!

Welcome to my blog which looks more as an experiment for the moment.

What is going to be here? Mainly technical stuff related to my on-going projects.

I work in my daily work with products from the TYPO3 ecosystem mainly with CMS but not only! I am maintaining a couple of extensions there.

This blog is powered by Sculpin, a flexible site generator. I stumbled upon Sculpin while looking around for different site generator system. Sculpin is written in PHP and has a nice architecture on the top of Symfony. This kind of product looks quite appealing for economic, small-size website. Once the site is generated there is no maintenance required anymore. As a bonus, it can be freely hosted on various places!

For a quick start I have been using this repository which provides a straightforward structure to start bloging with Scuplin.

Tags: sculpin