Here you can find FAQ regarding the TYPO3 extension repository.
If you have a question that is not showing up here, please contact the t3o team.
The extension index which acts as the data source for the list on typo3.org is only updated every few minutes, so you might have to wait a little longer.
Maybe you're looking for an extension key like "tx_address"? Then leave out the "tx_" prefix - that's a syntax used in TYPO3 internally. Make sure you're searching for the right extension key!
If all that still doesn't help, please get in contact with the t3o team.
Every extension author must provide a valid, active email address. It is up to the extension author to check this address, set spam filters appropriately, etc.
If an extension key is registered but no versions have been released to the TER, no response to at least 3 emails over a 3 month period is a valid reason to transfer an extension key from the original owner. You can contact the Extension Coordination Team through its mailing list (typo3.teams.extension-coordination) to request the extension key transfer.
If the extension has been released to the TER, at least 6 emails over a 6 month period and a discussion on the Extension Coordination Team Mailing List (typo3.teams.extension-coordination) are required. The final decision about transferring the extension key will come from the Extension Coordination Team.
If the extension is registered to the user "abandoned_extensions" contact the Extension Coordination Team through its mailing list (typo3.teams.extension-coordination) or in the Forum to request the extension key transfer.
If you never uploaded an extension using a certain extension key, you can delete it using the extension key tool.
For reasons of integrity, you cannot delete used extension keys nor uploaded extensions. If your extension has a security issue, please contact the Security Team.
If you don't want to maintain your extension any more, you can transfer the extension key to the user "abandoned_extensions".
There are two possibilities:
There are two possible causes for the 500:
If you are sure no point is throwing the 500 error, please contact the t3o team.
To get an introduction to reStructuredText take the sphinx extension as an example. Further more the format is well documented at sphinx-doc.org/rest.html.
In addition the documentation of the sphinx extension has further information.
On the page https://docs.typo3.org/Extensions/ you get a list of tools and worflows how to best document your extension in reST.
The download counter of the TER for an extension is used by:
Downloads via TER (composer mode) or Packagist are (currently) not counted.
Transfer the extension to the user "abandoned_extensions". This way it's clear that there is no active maintainer anymore. If someone wants to take over the Extension Coordination Team can immediately transfer the key to the new maintainer.
Prepare an updated version and ask for reviews of community members in one of the mailing lists / newsgroups / forums. Post the results in the Extension Coordination Team list and we'll help you from that point.