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From David Crossley <>
Subject Re: [Vote] Improving Cocoon Site
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2001 15:11:52 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
> David Crossley wrote:
> > Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
> > > We have released Cocoon and this is a great thing.
> > >
> > > Now we have to improve the web site a little bit.
> > > 4) enhance site functionality:
> > >
> > >  a) searching: we must come up with a way to search content,
> > > even forwarding to Google is better than nothing.
> > 
> > +1 ... However, it is hard to have interactive search on a static
> > website. Again, if only Cocoon was running on the server, we
> > could use the new Cocoon-Lucene functionality.
> > 
> > Sure, links to Google might help. However, Google's content
> > is at least one month out-of-date ... a bit useful, nevertheless.
> Oh, I'd love to have Cocoon serve its own pages, believe me, but apache
> machines are simply too loaded for that (and I don't personally have the
> access level to be able to run this, nor I want that responsability on
> such an important servers since I'm no system adminitrator of any sort!)
> Maybe we could use Nagoya (Sun E4500, *big* beast!) for that and
> redirect: Sam, you have access to that machine, right?

If that does not pan out, then how about someone else run
an "official" Cocoon demonstration server, which could get
its content from (xdocs from cvs, log summaries)
The remote server could easily regularly get the data via
cvs update over ssh2.

Whatever happens, i believe that we *must* have a Cocoon
demonstration server somewhere.

This i could never understand when i started to explore Cocoon.
Cocoon seemed so wonderful, yet the website was a klutz.
Then i figured out that it was a static website ... relief.
However, the first impression was not good.

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