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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Cocoon Real-Life Events
Date Fri, 22 Nov 2002 08:40:44 GMT
It's great to see so many cocoon people talking together in real life. 
Too bad the two events happen at the same time.

First of all, I'd like to thank Steven, Marc and Bruno for the effort 
they put into the Cocoon GetTogether 2002 in Ghent, Belgium. I hear only 
great comments and this makes me proud of this community even if I 
couldn't attend. A great happy birthday to Outerthought!

Second, I'd like to thank all the people that attended the Cocoon BOF at 
ApacheCON 2002. It was great to be able to express things with a much 
higher bandwidth.

Third, I would love to have Cocoon Hackatons where developers could fill 
a single room and talk about Cocoon design for a full day or so. I will 
look for ways to make this possible and economically feasible.

Forth, the ASF just established a fund-rasing commitee. I talked with 
the ASF conference committee and they say that it's entirely possible 
that Apache partecipates officially in the production of project-related 
real-life events. Whether this means *money* is yet to be estimated, 
also depending on the money raised by the fund-raising commitee. Anyway, 

Fifth, Andrew Oliver made extensible comments on what he doesn't like on 
Cocoon, mostly lack of quality in some parts of the code, lack of unit 
tests and painfully slow patch-injecting process. As a result, I 
proposed him commit access and he said it would like to help. I'll 
follow up with a specific email for a vote on that.

Finally, I would like to thank (sarcasticly) Peter for taking those 
pictures of me at the BOF and placing them on the web. :-Prrr

Stefano Mazzocchi                               <>

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