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From "Carsten Ziegeler" <>
Subject RE: Release early? (was: Roadmap Executive Plan)
Date Mon, 11 Mar 2002 09:40:26 GMT
Hmm, "release early" what does it mean?
I think we should release a new version before lunch. Is that
early enough?

Ok, odd joke, let's get serious now:

The problem with Cocoon and release early is the wast amount of
changes that occur between versions. But I really would like
to make a 2.0.2 asap.
As I couldn't follow all the changes and discussions in the
last two weeks, can someone summarize this please? Are the changes.xml

I have at least two topics I would like to address:

a) Sitemap components in the cocoon.xconf.
Now, personally I don't like this - but that's my own opinion about this.
If you want to edit the sitemap, you not only have to look at the sitemap
but also at the cocoon.xconf. This makes handling the sitemap even more
I know a lot of people complaining about the complexity of Cocoon and
the many places of configuration. By this splitting of component definition
it gets even harder for beginners.
So I would like to have all these definitions back in the sitemap.
What is the benefit of having them in the cocoon.xconf?

b) the sunRise and sunSpot components
What is the feeling of the community to move them out of the scratchpad
into the main trunk? I'm - of course :) - +1 on moving them.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vadim Gritsenko []
> Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 4:09 PM
> To:; 'Nicola Ken Barozzi'
> Subject: Release early? (was: Roadmap Executive Plan)
> > From: Nicola Ken Barozzi []
> <snip/>
> > Finally, when are we doing 2.0.2?
> Does somebody remember what is "release early, release often" means? I
> must confess I forgot the meaning of this...
> > What are we waiting for?
> I guess we are waiting when Carsten gets well ;)
> Disclaimer: This mail supposed to be provocative... That's my first try,
> don't mail-bomb me please :)
> Vadim
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