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From Mark Leicester <>
Subject Re: Bloggers, may I request a "Cocoon" category?
Date Mon, 16 May 2005 08:15:19 GMT
Hi Daniel,

Yes, I do read the dev list discussions. My sentence quoted below, in 
all its bareness, could appear dismissive so I apologise as that was 
not my intention. The many useful discussions on the dev list (about 
the makeup and design of blocks for example) shouldn't be ignored.

That said, I do feel that Cocoon-related blog entries have their place 
too. An example I often refer to is Sylvain's "Cocoon 2.2 will rock!" 
post (see This 
is a very nice potted summary of what we can look forward too in the 
next version. In addition, if you type "Cocoon 2.2" into Google this is 
easily the first (only?) summary you will find.

My opinion is that there is a lot of Cocoon related activity on the web 
- not just in the mailing lists. I'm looking at ways of aggregating it 
all together.


On 16 May 2005, at 08:51, Daniel Fagerstrom wrote:

> Mark Leicester wrote:
> <snip/>
>> The blogs tend to give a much more exciting, future-oriented view of 
>> Cocoon than the mailing lists, which I suppose are dealing with more 
>> mundane, day-to-day issues.
> Are you actually reading dev-list, about all core parts of Cocoon has 
> been proposed and designed on dev-list? If you search the archive and 
> look for "[RT]" then you can find tons of future-oriented views of 
> Cocoon. Blogs are great, but like it or not, we have developed a 
> rather efficient community culture that is based on mail-list 
> discussions.
> /Daniel

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