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From Richard in Public <edificat...@blueyonder.co.uk>
Subject Re: [RT] Updating our marketing strategy
Date Wed, 06 Aug 2003 22:56:36 GMT
What sort of people will be in the audience? (Sorry if I missed an 
earlier explanation?)

Robert Sayre wrote:

>On 8/5/03 4:29 AM, "Steven Noels" <stevenn@outerthought.org> wrote:
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>>On 29/07/2003 9:28 Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
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>>>I'll write something up.
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>>I needed something for a conference I'll be speaking, and I came up with:
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>>"Apache Cocoon is a compelling XML-centric framework for building
>>serious web applications. Different from traditional development
>>frameworks, Cocoon provides XML pipelining and aggregation for content
>>composition cleanly separated from a flow definition and execution
>>context, offering an ideal platform for both content- and logic-driven
>>web applications."
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>>How does that sound?
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>"content- and logic-driven" is a little difficult to understand. When it
>comes down to it, neither really means anything (I know what you mean, but I
>understand your sentence in a cocoon context).
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>How about this:
>"Different from traditional development frameworks, Cocoon provides XML
>pipelining and aggregation for content composition cleanly separated from a
>flow definition and execution context. This separation of concerns makes it
>an ideal platform for both publishing- and task-based web applications."
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>"Task-based" may not be the best choice of words, but it "logic-driven" is a
>little vague, IMO. 
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