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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [RT] On building on stone
Date Wed, 24 Mar 2004 01:59:07 GMT
Pier Fumagalli wrote:
<snip/>
> 
> All they asked me for for is some form of "recognition" if the code 
> ends up in Cocoon land (quick quick, go back and modify the @author 
> fields in the classes to include VNU Publications), so that they  can 
> prepare a nice "press release" to please our investors, and they can 
> have better discounts when asking for something to be developed by 
> Orixo :-) (hi guys! :-P)

Just like anybody else that contributes, the status.xml file
(i.e. Changes) and the CREDITS.txt provide plenty of exposure.
Documentation and examples of use could provide even more.

> My _personal_ requirement, is that I wouldn't want a clean-cut fork to 
> happen, because at the end of the day, I'd have to abandon the Cocoon 
> fork and get back to the VNU's fork (doh, they pay me).
> 
> A directory on the CVS repository which I can check out and build 
> without requiring too many dependancies on Cocoon's main "publication 
> core" will be more than enough, I can build my own "Ant" build files. 
> That would make my (working) life _so_ much easier...

You could just add it to cocoon-2.2 and do whatever you want.

--David



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