A parting suggestion

Typo is a great blogging engine, but as it stands today, unless you’re
willing to roll your sleeves up and tangle with some fairly substantial
RAILS code, there are a number of situations wherein your Typo
installation
can begin to fail with no obvious repair steps in sight to take.

So, just a humble opinion - you might want the docs to reflect that. I
would think the Typo community would be better served by having people
participating who can handle the level of expertise needed to keep
their
installation rolling and also contribute meaningfully to the community.

Thanks for everything and good luck with Typo!
-Chris

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