Replace FLOW3.yaml file by a regular Settings.yaml file
Historically it made sense to have a dedicated FLOW3.yaml file. However, in reality it only contains regular settings of the FLOW3 package – nothing really different from other settings.
The only differences between FLOW3 settings and other package's settings are:
- FLOW3 settings can only be defined in the FLOW3 package itself or in the global configuration directories – not in any package's Configuration directory
- FLOW3 settings are loaded very early during the boot process, even before the Object Manager is initialized
For consistency and KISS reasons, the options defined in FLOW3.yaml should be moved to a regular Settings.yaml file.