Though we have not released it to the TER, we do have TVFW version 2 available.
It does work with TYPO3 6.2. We have used it on our customer sites.

Here is the extension manual which has a link to the GIT repo with the code for version 2.
You should use the develop branch.

You can use version 1 skins with version 2, but will need to add one constant to the skin (detailed in manual).

 

Core Templates & Skins

Sites like CSS Zen Garden do a good job of showing how much a site can change simply through modifying the CSS.

The flexibility provided by CSS is magnified when you combine it with the ability of TypoScript to change the site's underlying HTML structure and to control the maximum width of images in various content areas.

This TemplaVoila Framework takes advantage of CSS inheritance and the similar behavior of TypoScript. It uses a set of core templates which are then modified by skins. This allows for a group of page templates in the Busy Noggin QuickSite that can be used for vastly different visual designs without remapping page templates.

Included Skins

The QuickSite currently ships with the White Wireframe skin, the T-Bone Starter Skin and also the Blue Demo skin. The demo skin is included for experimentation. It has TypoScript that generates a graphics-style menu that is actually a TMENU with TYPO3-produced background images. It uses a similar technique for producing graphic-styled tites on modules.

The are additional skins in the TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER) which are created by Web Empowered Church (WEC).

You can switch between skins with the Skin Selector. Instructions for how to use the selector can be found here.

You can find out how to create new custom skins in Workflow.

If you need to satisfy your inner geek, then check out the explanation of code to understand how the core templates and skins work.

Standardization  >>

 

Skins are Portable

One of the big advantages of using this framework is that skins can be transported from installation to installation very easily. They can be transferred manually or packaged as an extension. This means that skins can be created or modified offline, and when ready, can be installed on a production server in minutes.

Also, once a site is running on this framework, future redesigns are much easier than with standard TemplaVoila installations.

Skins can be kept Subversion or GIT if you use version control in your development.