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From Rob Jellinghaus <r...@unrealities.com>
Subject Re: Ranting on a Wednesday evening [was: RE: Cocoon Marketing Position]
Date Thu, 11 Apr 2002 01:18:57 GMT
At 01:43 AM 4/11/2002 +0200, Uli Mayring wrote:
>Project  #user   #dev   /user   /dev   ratio
>Xalan      1282   10825    99     833   0.2
>Ant       13829   18143  1064    1396   0.8
>Cocoon    14504   18083  1116    1387   0.8
>Velocity   5866    3938   451     303   1.5
>Tomcat    41090   20315  3160    1563   2.0
>Soap       8974    3355   690     258   2.7
>Struts    25535    5379  1964     414   4.7
>Zope      27651    5915  2127     455   4.7
>
>Yep, Cocoon is definitely a developer technology. Users go elsewhere. Any
>other interpretations of these numbers?

One other interpretation: Struts-dev is dead!  I posted a fairly 
provocative email there yesterday, and no response whatsoever.  I think the 
fact that cocoon-dev postings outweigh struts-dev postings by almost 4 to 1 
indicates that Cocoon developers are definitely more loquacious and 
potentially more numerous than Struts developers.  (I'm a bit depressed 
about it, actually -- the Struts developers seem rather inaccessible.)

(Why'd you omit Axis?  the last project I contributed to....)
Cheers,
Rob




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