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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Cocoon at NASA....
Date Fri, 26 Apr 2002 17:01:11 GMT
"Lewis, Andrew J" wrote:
> 
>         Many of you have probably seen my occassional comments on here - I
> am mostly a lurker. But I wanted to let all of you know about the project I
> am using Cocoon for (since December) - which only a couple of people on the
> list knew about. I now have permission to let you know...
> 
>         Cocoon 2.x is being used as the core of a new portal that is being
> built at NASA Kennedy Space Center. This portal will initally replace the
> internal web site for the entire center, and then move to replace the
> external home page. This deployment will include using a bunch of stuff that
> is currently in the scratchpad of the released version (we are using 2.1-dev
> right now), particularly the sunShine compoenents. Thanks you all for making
> my job SOOO much easier!!!
> 
>         Some time later this year (government does not move fast)
> WWW.KSC.NASA.GOV will be Cocoon powered!
> 
>         The project plan has been approved, the technical architecture has
> been approved, and we are in formal design for the internal portal now.
> About the only thing we are finding we have to code in Java is the
> integration with TwICE for content syndication (I am hoping to get this
> donated back as well).
> 
>         Cocoon ROCKS! And this will make an awesome example of it....

You bet!

I'm sure that when everything is done and ready to go, many people in
the world will *die* to know how you did it. It would make a tremendous
business-case (along with numbers, hardwared used, problems and so
forth) for everyone here who is trying to sell a Cocoon based solution
to those businessmen who can only talk corp. logos and overhyped stuff.

I think it would be the nicest way you guys at NASA can pay all of us
back :)

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