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From Antonio Gallardo <agalla...@agssa.net>
Subject Re: [RF] Chainsaws and Seeds
Date Mon, 12 Dec 2005 03:45:38 GMT
dave- wrote:

> Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
>
>> Mark Lowe wrote:
>>
>>> Nice charts.. They assume that the same folk that are there at the
>>> start of the start line are the same folk that are end or even perhaps
>>> middle. Despite having a lot of respect for stefano's achievements and
>>> the contribution that cocoon has made, I think the graphs are wrong,
>>> or at least fail to account for iterations of staff turnover.
>>
>>
>>
>> Hmmm, this is a very valid point, I'll have to think about it some 
>> more. Hmm...
>>
> IMHO, it does not matter whether the graphs are right or wrong, I 
> think the web 2..0 movement has transcended the issue in any case.
>
> Model Based Architectures and Graphical interfaces have allowed far 
> less technical people access to complex environments.  I think, 
> although I am not absolutely positive, that a java/pipeline/sitemap is 
> a better base than perl/python upon which to build such systems.  It 
> is for that reason I posted the following 2 visions in another thread:
>
> As a first vision, I would like to see cocoon accessible to less 
> technical people.  This could be done with elegant simplicity and a 
> graphical interface.  Here is a good web 2.0 example 
> http://www.activegrid.com/what/applicationbuilder.php.
>
> As a second vision, artifacts created by the graphical interface along 
> with any written code could become the model from which alternative 
> implementation systems might be generated.  For example, a model POJO 
> could be implementationally persisted in various ways.   dave-

Should not be this more a Lepido[1] concern?

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

[1] http://www.eclipse.org/lepido/

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