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From Sylvain Wallez <sylvain.wal...@anyware-tech.com>
Subject Re: Donating Portal and Authentication Components to the Cocoon project
Date Tue, 22 Jan 2002 16:26:04 GMT
Matthew Langham wrote:

>As some of you already know, our company has built a complete middleware
>solution around Cocoon. This product, named "sunShine", is successfully
>being used to build a variety of different solutions for various customers
>here in Germany. sunShine applications range from Web portals to XML based
>workflow systems.
>
>We think Cocoon is an ideal solution for building XML applications and are
>proud to be a part of this great community. In the past we have donated
>smaller components, Carsten's development efforts and other bits and pieces
>to the Cocoon project. We are also doing our best to increase visibility for
>Cocoon by writing articles for magazines and speaking at conferences about
>Cocoon.
>
>Although the current primary use of Cocoon is as a Web publishing framework
>we see great potential for integrated components that provide such things as
>authentication and portal capabilities. To honor this we are willing to
>return parts of sunShine back to the Cocoon project. These parts will
>include Cocoon components for authentication, session management and
>building portals. All of these components adhere to the Cocoon architecture
>and are "tried and trusted".
>
Thanks a lot for this donation, which will be a great step forward for 
promoting Cocoon. Is this what can be seen at http://sunshine.sundn.de/ ?

Sylvain

-- 
Sylvain Wallez
Anyware Technologies - http://www.anyware-tech.com




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