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From Tom Klaasen <tom.klaa...@pandora.be>
Subject Re: OS Cocoon Web Applications
Date Fri, 26 Jul 2002 15:11:18 GMT
Hi Luke,

I think you might want to have a look at http://krysalis.sourceforge.net

Happy reading!

tomK



Luke Hubbard wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have been following this list for four or so months and also 
> experimenting with cocoon.
> By following the discussions on this list I learned a great deal about 
> cocoon,
> been inspired by the its design and by its community.
> I would like to contribute but feel I am not yet ready to work on the 
> main project.
> However I would love help with development of open source applications 
> for cocoon.
> 
> Following on from the discussions concerning a developing a cocoon Web 
> Mail application.
> I think is would be fantastic to see a set of open source cocoon 
> applications that people
> could easily drop into cocoon.
> 
> However I'm not sure if cocoon-dev is the right place for their 
> discussion and development.
> I think we should make the distinction between core development and 
> development of
> supplementary applications, additional logic sheets, etc.
> 
> Why not provide a framework to enable like minded developers / users to 
> from sub-projects.
> I think it would be great if we could host / support these sub-projects 
> under the cocoon umbrella
> distributing their code under the apache licence. Possibly including 
> some of them in the samples
> of the cocoon distribution.
> 
> Each sub-project could have its own:
> development team,
> home page (similar to those of excalibur),
> mailing list, cvs, etc.
> 
> I think I would be a great first step for new developers wanting to 
> contribute to the cocoon project
> and a great catalyst at turning users into developers / contributors.
> 
> Possible projects could include:
> 
> Web Mail,
> Discussion forum,
> Image gallery,
> etc...
> 
> Just an Idea.
> 
> Thanks for cocoon,
> keep up the good work.
> 
> Luke
> 
> 
> Luke Hubbard
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tomK


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