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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: [Vote] Improving Cocoon Site
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2001 15:10:28 GMT
Robert Koberg wrote:
> > > +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 is at least one month out-of-date ...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.
> ---
> wouldn't it be easier to have an interactive (not sure what that is...)
> search on a static site? If you know the content you need to search then you
> can prepare.

Yes, we could use things like HtDIG or a servlet that connects to
> >
> > 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?
> >
> ---
> Are you guys saying that the cocoon site site should be dynamic? Isn't that
> a waste of resources for a few weekly graphs?

Yes, good point.

At the same time, having Cocoon dynamism present we could clearly
improve the browsing experience with more interactive things. I find
myself constrained by staticity and by lack of access on the serving
infrastructure of :/

Stefano Mazzocchi      One must still have chaos in oneself to be
                          able to give birth to a dancing star.
<>                             Friedrich Nietzsche

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