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From Steven Noels <stev...@outerthought.org>
Subject Re: CocoonForge?
Date Tue, 26 Apr 2005 19:37:42 GMT
On 26 Apr 2005, at 13:17, Mark Leicester wrote:

> Of course. Thanks Luca. Given I've spent some time working with Daisy I
> don't know why I hadn't thought of cocoondev like that.
>
> Steven et al, as blocks take off, are you guys thinking of cocoondev 
> as a
> kind of mamboforge? Would it make sense to host Cocoon blocks there? 
> I'm
> thinking about block developers. It seems like cocoondev would be ideal
> for someone who has an idea for a block and wants to create something
> without having to wait to be voted a committer.

That's the idea, and has been for a while. Whether it's blocks or 
entire Cocoon apps, I don't necessarily mind: anybody is welcome, as 
long as they sport a suitable license.

http://cocoondev.org/main/32.html

</Steven>
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