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NEW: Provide introductory text for fluid #94
Most manuals provide some introductory explanation in a section "Introduction". The introductory text for fluid here is very short (https://docs.typo3.org/typo3cms/ExtbaseGuide/Fluid/Index.html) and then the guide jumps right in with specifics.
Some introductory text might include:
Ok, maybe not so introductory, but nice to have.
To give this a wider audience I've transferred parts to here:
Think of it as a starter to trigger collaboration. Once we have an introduction this should go into a dedicated Fluid manual.
My 2 cents.
If we use this area as a scratchpad to later transfer it to the Extbase / Fluid guide, that's a good thing.
But having half-finished manuals on docs.typo3.org, is that so good? People will land there via the search engines and it looks ... well unfinished. Or is it possible to exclude it from the search engines (robots.txt) for now?
Or could we have a place where work-in-progess is being done and transfer the stuff when finished?