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From "Robert Simmons" <>
Subject Re: Integratign a W3C XForms implementation into the Cocoon Project?
Date Thu, 28 Aug 2003 13:57:07 GMT
Actually, I am aware of that project. I was merely suggesting it be brought
under the cocoon umbrella as it is. Many projects sit in sourceforge and are
worked on for a while but die when one dev that created them leaves. On the
other hand, Apache projects tend to marshall more resources. I think of
sourceforge as something of an incubator that projects should be extracted
from if they merit it.

-- Robert

"Chris Clark" <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
Surprised you didn't see this:

I haven't looked at in depth so it might not be what you're after, but the
Chiba site has a "Chicoon" project that is labeled as an integration of
Cocoon and Chiba.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Simmons []
> Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2003 4:31 PM
> To:
> Subject: Integratign a W3C XForms implementation  into the Cocoon Project?
> Greetings,
> One thing that I would like to see is Cocoon supporting the XForms 1.0
> as described on W3C.
> There is currently a product in the open source community called Chiba
> accomplishes a good portion of this integration. This could be built upon
> the higher developer resources to the benefit of Cocoon.
> I think it might be worth it to have Cocoon and Apache talk to the
developer of
> Chiba about integrating it into the Cocoon project. Although XMLForms is
> it simply isnt the standard anymore. Why implement what is already most of
> way working?
> -- Robert

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