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From Mike Engelhart <>
Subject Re: RFC: Cocoon, an XML Publishing Infrastructure (v0.1)
Date Mon, 07 Feb 2000 05:15:40 GMT
Philippe Lavoie wrote:

> <p>The Cocoon publishing model is heavily based on the XSLT
> transformation capabilities. XSLT allows complete separation of
> content and style (something that is much harder to obtain with HTML,
> even using CSS2 or other styling technologies). But Cocoon goes
> further and defines a way of separating content and style from the
> programming logic that drives server side behavior.</p>
> <p>This fact has been widely acknowledge by most major vendors:
> Microsoft, IBM, SUN, Oracle, etc. All of these vendors offer XML and
> XSL processors. Cocoon uses these technologies and incorporates them
> into a publishing infrastructure. </p>

One small grammatical critique.

The above 2 paragraphs don't logically follow each other.  When you say
"This fact has been widely acknowledged......" it is unclear what fact you
are talking about? It appears that you're saying that the fact that Cocoon
defines a way of separating content and style is recognized by Microsoft,
IBM, etc..


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