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From Sylvain Wallez <sylv...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Goal of the Cocoon TLP
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2004 10:55:18 GMT
Upayavira wrote:

> Steven Noels wrote:
>
>> On 05 Feb 2004, at 11:24, Steven Noels wrote:
>>
>>> I'll try to wordsmith this into a short mission statement, but I'd 
>>> like to hear whether this categorization makes sense to you.
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks for all your comments & suggestions. Let's see how lyric I am 
>> today:
>>
>> "The Apache Cocoon Community Project fosters community-based 
>> exploration, design and implementation of web application frameworks 
>> with a focus on XML pipelining, centralized configuration mechanisms 
>> and separation of concerns through composability rather than 
>> programmability, by combining and adding onto existing Apache and 
>> other open source libraries. It hosts web application development 
>> frameworks, applications built on these frameworks, and development 
>> tools built for these frameworks and applications."
>
>
> Sounds good. Concern though is that it reads 'web-centric'. Whilst 
> Cocoon is 'primarily' about web publishing and applications, it is not 
> 'exclusively' about that. Get that in there somewhere, and I'll be happy!


It all depends on what we understand by "web". Considering the CLI (your 
pet Cocoon environment), the final target is web publishing, isn't it?

Now that's true that I also use the CocoonBean in a Swing application 
that has no relation to the web. But this seems very marginal to me.

Sylvain

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