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From Jeremy Quinn <>
Subject Re: Regarding Excalibur XMLUtil and Store
Date Thu, 15 May 2003 15:41:33 GMT

On Wednesday, May 14, 2003, at 05:12 PM, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

>> What is Ricardo doing now ? He's been away for such a long time... Is 
>> he
>> still using Cocoon and following what's going on here ?
> I expect he will be able to answer that soon by himself ;-)

Please give him my best regards ;)

> for the record, he's been away for a long time and needed someone to 
> put
>  him up to speed. I did that and I'm also teaching him how to keep up
> with email and darwinistic software development practices (something he
> really never managed to do well, but I'm sure he'll do)
> again, for the record: he's been using EJB stuff lately but I infected
> him with the flow and he convinced his group to write their next
> data-driven webapp using cocoon flow using EJB as business logic 
> containers.
> This will give us a great deal of feedback on this approach and, maybe,
> an example or a pet-store patch, we'll see. But he's working on the
> system using cocoon+flow+ejb right in this very moment.
> this is why we discussed so much about the FOM last night: it's on his
> interests to have it rationalized and solidified before the 2.1 release
> and we'll push to do so in the very near future.
> Ah, some people would be happy to hear that we now both fully agree
> that, with the advent of flow and JX/XSLT/XQuery-based templating, the
> use of XSP should be dicouradged and should be moved into a block in 
> the
> future ;-)

Well, I for one am very interested to hear what you come up with WRT 
rationalising FOM.

Any day now I have to start writing my first Flow app, eek!!

Expect a lot of dumb question, folks ;)

regards Jeremy

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