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From Andreas Hochsteger <>
Subject Re: CocoonForms roadmap
Date Tue, 25 Nov 2003 20:20:33 GMT
Hi Reinhard!

Thanks for this great summary, this will bring forward Cocoon Forms a lot!

Here are some questions to the Wiki page:
What's exactly the difference between the following points of the 
TODO-list on the Wiki page?
* general review of all XML elements
* general review of all XML elements!
Their explanation is nearly as similar as their short description ;-)

Do you have any objections, if I put some in-page navigation (like it 
can be seen on to the 
page (at least to the TODO list)?
This way I will be able to tell you that I meant the TODO items #3 and 
#4 in the question from above ;-)



Reinhard Poetz wrote:

> Cocoon Forms seems to be the hottest topic in the Cocoon community - at
> least I've got this impression following the Cocoon mail-lists.
> Thanks to the great efforts of Bruno, Sylvain, Marc, Antonio, Jeremy and
> some others we already have a great solution. But there are still a few
> issues open until we can mark CocoonForms as stable.
> I set up a document
> ( 
> in our Wiki which should help us to:
>   * collect all open issues preventing us from a stable release
>   * transform these open issues into a roadmap that shows our users 
>     what they can expect and to get a feeling how long it will take 
>     until they get a stable block (once again: stable means stable
>     interfaces!)
>   * get an overview who is working on which item
> So if you are interested (committer or not!) in CocoonForms and you want
> to help us go to the page and
>   * add new items to the todo list
>     (please check if the item is really new!)
>   * vote for a certain feature (see the voting rules below)
>   * but don't add items to the roadmap section because we decide 
>     on them 'together' on
>   * add your name to the who paragraph in one of the items (this is no 
>     legal committment but it should show others that somebody else is 
>     working on a certain feature - if you don't have time to do it
> anymore, 
>     please add a note or simply delete your name)
> I hope this effort brings us closer to our first release!
> If you think that this should be done with Bugzilla (as partly discussed
> in Gent) I have no problem with it!
> I only have two wishes if sombody does the transfer:
>  - we need an overview (some kind of report)
>  - it should be easy to differentiate between tasks, bugs and patches
> --
> Reinhard

Andreas Hochsteger

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