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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: [NOTE] Cocoon Consultant
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 05:08:05 GMT

The Cocoon webpage has a Links section of;
* Cocoon Links
* Live Sites
* Cocoon Hosting

Couldn't we add "3rd Party Services" and/or "3rd Party Products" to that?

It would perhaps show "interested, but not convinced" parties that there are 
help to any extent available if they need it...


Niclas



On Tuesday 04 February 2003 11:56, Steven Punte wrote:
>  I just posted to the user group an add for my services titled
>  "Cocoon Consultant."  I realized I am not as intimately
>  familiar with the platform as many of you are, but I have been
>  around the block a few times with Cocoon.
>
>  IMHO, Cocoon has a training and credibility gap with the greater
>  software community that is holding back its' wide-spread usage:
>  see numerous user group flames.  While independent consultants
>  are not the answers to all the problems, perhaps they/I can
>  hand-hold the more timid and less savvy generation of users into
>  the fold.  Often solving a difficult problem from perusing
>  a variety of documentation sites and trying to ask the question
>  you don't really know is very formidable, frustrating, and
>  not for the faint of heart.
>
>  Just wanted to state what I was up to.
>
>
> Steven P. Punte
> Candlelight Software
> By Candlelight If Necessary!
> stevep@candlelightsoftware.com
> http://www.candlelightsoftware.com
>
>
>
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