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From Olivier Billard <olivier.billard.coc...@laposte.net>
Subject Re: New Cocoon 2.1.10 live site: www.derecho.com
Date Wed, 12 Sep 2007 15:32:49 GMT
Grek,

I hope you, as Apache Cocoon commiters, took an insurance for this event: too much precious
brains in one place ! ;)

--
Olivier Billard



Grzegorz Kossakowski wrote:
> Nacho (Derecho.com) pisze:
>> Hola a todos:
>>
>> The past day 03/09/2007 we've put a Cocoon 2.1.10 only live site online, with big
success, we all
>> want to share our success with all of the developers of Cocoon, and give a big big
thanks to all
>> of you..
>>
>> We are extensively and intensively using  Flow ( thanks god we have flow :), SQL
Transformer,
>> aggregator, definitely almost anything of the Cocoon standard blocks dist, and if
not using it,
>> for sure we have plans to use it in short..
>>
>> The old site was done in an ancient cocoon 1.8.2 for 1997-99, backed by a tomcat
3.3.. So we are
>> proud to say that we are using cocoon for about 10 years now.... ;)
>>
>> The new site need some work to have all the bell and twistles working, but we think
is by now a
>> great example on wath can be done with cocoon.. Another time thanks to all, including
ancient
>> cocoon Heros ;)..
> 
> Thank you for reporting! Although I don't understand much of your site it looks really
nice.
> 
>> And for the work, where can we found a brief description of 2.2? the build process,
the new
>> features, etc.
> 
> It changed a lot and in most cases you will not have to build Cocoon on your own. We
are shipping
> binaries, again! To get started take a look at this site:
> http://cocoon.zones.apache.org/dev-docs/
> 
> (I hope that it will be officially published soon)
> 
>> We need to have a peek at the next cocoon version as we want to stay with cocoon
for next ten
>> years ;).. But until now didnt found any relevant infos about it.. Apart from the
maillist, where
>> the infos are a little scattered and distributed all over the days and months..
> 
> Have you considered attending to Cocoon GetTogether[1]? Spain is really close to Italy
and it's the
> only chance in whole year to meet so many Cocoon hackers in one place. :)


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