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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: [ANN] XMLForm as a standalone servlet toolkit
Date Sat, 29 Mar 2003 02:01:45 GMT
ivelin wrote:
> 
(And why did he not make any attempt to attribute who said what?)
>
> Someone said:
> > I am sure goodwill is a main reason but some question come to my mind
> >
> > *) why don't you wanna share your thoughts with us and let us
> >    (or at least some of us) together steer the direction of XMLForms?
> 
> Wrong assumption!
> I always welcome feedback, comments and improvements, even if I
> don't agree with some of them.

That is not the issue. We mean that a "community" member
would discuss any perceived issue with their peers. You did
not provide cocoon-dev with feedback or notify about a problem.

<snip/>
> 
> > At least *I* honstely don't see a good reason for XMLForm
> > becoming it's own Apache project - sorry.
> 
> Others disagree with you.
> I have been asked numerous times via private emails, if it
> can be used independently for smaller projects?
> It can be cleanly isolated and interfaced with cocoon via
> some sort of adapter.
> This only confirms the value and need for blocks.

Then why don't you stay and help us sort out the blocks.
There is no better place to ensure clean separation and
adaptability than here on cocoon-dev. We would actually
help clean up the xmlforms code, but going your way you
are on your own.

--David



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