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From Daniel Fagerstrom <>
Subject Re: Bloggers, may I request a "Cocoon" category?
Date Mon, 16 May 2005 09:19:17 GMT
Hi Mark,

No problem, I just reacted on the the word "mundane". I'm geek enough to 
find some of the threads at dev-list exciting ;)

I it is great that you work on aggregating Cocoon info from various 
sources, there is certainly a need for that.


Mark Leicester wrote:

> 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.
> Regards,
> Mark
> 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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