cocoon-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Lars Trieloff <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Lars Trieloff as a new Cocoon committer
Date Sun, 08 Oct 2006 18:25:13 GMT
Hi everyone,

Now that the voting is over, I think it is time to introduce myself  
to the list: My first encounter with Cocoon was in 2001, when I was  
looking for a standards conforming way to generate XHTML out of web- 
applications.  In the meantime I have started and finished my studies  
at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam, wrote a book on DocBook  
XML, and developed an extension to Subversion that allows it to deal  
with XML documents in terms of the XML Infoset, not as text files.
This leads me to my current engagement with Cocoon. As co-founder of  
Mindquarry I am developing with my team a software for better  
teamwork that combines the best aspects of version control systems,  
wikis, issue tracking systems and mailing list systems. We are using  
Cocoon 2.2 for the web application layer, so my main aspects of work  
within the Cocoon project will be fixing bugs in trunk, integrating  
Cocoon with JCR and version control systems, the build system and  
It is a great honor for me to be invited to take part in the Cocoon  
project and meeting you at the Cocoon GT and hacking together at the  
Hackathon was more than a joy. I am looking forward to further  
development of Cocoon and increasing the percentage of pages in the  
world wide web served by Cocoon ;-)


Am 06.10.2006 um 22:32 schrieb Jean-Baptiste Quenot:

> Congratulations Lars, you are elected with 21 +1s.
> Welcome on  board!  It  was very  nice to meet  you at  the Cocoon
> GetTogether.  We all enjoyed hacking with you ;-)
> -- 
>      Jean-Baptiste Quenot
> aka  John Banana Qwerty

Lars Trieloff

View raw message