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Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] GetTogether2003Notes StephanMichels GT2003Sylvain GT2003Stefano GT2003Christian Tue Oct 7 13:00:06 2003
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2003 11:00:06 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=GetTogether2003Notes , version: 10 on Tue Oct
 7 10:50:48 2003 by BertrandDelacretaz

- * [GT2003David]
+ * GT2003David - pipelined fugues, you had to be there! Video will hopefully be available.


Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=StephanMichels , version: 1 on Tue Oct  7 10:09:40
2003 by 157.193.102.50

New page created:
+ !! Stephan Michels
+ 
+ I'm got the committer status since mid 2001.
+ 
+ Since then I commit several blocks like the Chaperon, Slide.
+ 
+ In following projects I'm involved in
+ * [Chaperon|http://sourceforge.net/projects/chaperon] - Transforms structured text into
XML
+ * [JEuclid|http://sourceforge.net/projects/jeuclid] - Displays mathematical content
+ * [Apache Slide|http://jakarta.apache.org/slide/index.html] - A bridge between Slide and
Cocoon
+ 
+ I currently working within a german e-learning project in Berlin/Germany.
+ 


Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=GT2003Sylvain , version: 2 on Tue Oct  7 10:58:45
2003 by AntonioGallardo

- Nice slide on "the big picture" (historians trace it to Bruno Dumo). Me loves grafix ;-)
+ Nice slide on "the big picture" (historians trace it to Bruno Dumon). Me loves grafix ;-)
?                                                                   +



Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=GT2003Stefano , version: 4 on Tue Oct  7 10:11:49
2003 by Stefanomazzocchi

- A written report will not do justice to this talk. You had to be there..
?                                                                        -

+ A written report will not do justice to this talk. You had to be there.
- ** Classloader keeps seperation betwween blocks (?)
+ ** Cocoon keeps seperation between blocks that are not dependent (allows easy versioning
and hot-deploy scenarios)
- * Continuations are not now, they have been use since the 1980s, using Scheme and Lisp (Paul
Graham)
?                          ^                      ^^ --       ^^^^ --  ^       ---------

+ * Continuations are not new, they have been use on the web as early as 1995 in Lisp and
Scheme (Paul Graham)
?                          ^                      ^      ++++++++++++++++  ^^   ^^^^^^^^^

- 
- ! Sitemap Components
?  -

+ !Sitemap Components
- 


Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=GT2003Christian , version: 2 on Tue Oct  7 10:15:17
2003 by ChristianHaul

- *See Christian's slide later on, basically explains the possible ways to debug connection
problems.
+ *See Christian's [slides|http://wiki.cocoondev.org/attach?page=GT2003Christian%2Fcocoon_and_databases_2.pdf]
later on, basically explains the possible ways to debug connection problems.
- Examples will be based on users, users_groups and groups tables with simple relations.
+ Examples will be based on users, users_groups and groups tables with simple relations. Similar
to the samples included with the Cocoon distribution.
- * Can be fed values from the Sitemap
+ * Can be fed values from the Sitemap eg. using input modules
?                                     ++++++++++++++++++++++++

- * Not cacheable
+ * Not cacheable, but pipeline could be made cachable up to this point
- ** meta data available through xDoclet
+ ** meta data available through [xDoclet|http://xdoclet.sf.net]
?                                +       +++++++++++++++++++++++

+ ** meta data obtainable from DBMS through eg. [Druid|http://druid.sf.net]
+ * Does paging in ESQL retrieve only necessary rows or all
+ ** This depends on the abilities of the JDBC driver. ESQL will try to retrieve the minimum
number of rows. At most the row that should be skipped are retrieved in addition to the displayed
rows.
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