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From Bernhard Huber <berni_hu...@a1.net>
Subject sitemap design - model and process
Date Mon, 07 Oct 2002 05:35:12 GMT
hi,

I'm thinking about a model for designing a cocoon sitemap.

You might say just edit the sitemap sitemap.xmap with an editor,
and that's it.

But I was downloading forrest, and i'm surely impressed by the
nice skin, and the visual design, but i'm a bit too lazy for walking through
all the sitemap, and build scripts for understanding the design.

Thus I would be very happy for having a model for the forrest site.

Moreover i'm thinking that for a team using cocoon it would be very helpful
for having some sort of model, and some sort of process for creating,
and maintaining the sitemap, and its mounted sitemap.

I was thinking of describing, and designing a sitemap by using UML,
as i think UML is the right language for that.

Note: I'm not interested in an Reverse-Engineering using an UML tool of
the existing java code. That's not what i want. The solution of this effort
should help the web site team for maintaining a website.

I want a model for WebMaster, WebStyleDesigner, and WebApplication 
programmer
for designing, creating, and maintaing a site.

Perhaps i didn't understand Cocoon completly, as cocoon sitemap might be 
the model,
but I think a team might need some more documents, than a plain xml 
document for
mainting a site powered by Cocoon.

Does anybody have similiar ideas?
Any input is welcome.

bye bernhard



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