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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: FredericGlorieux
Date Wed, 14 Jul 2004 11:14:58 GMT
   Date: 2004-07-14T04:14:57
   Editor: GlorieuxFrédéric <frederic.glorieux@xfolio.org>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: FredericGlorieux
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/FredericGlorieux

   no comment

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+'''
 I'm a full time cocoon user from version 1 on different projects, with [http://www.ajlsm.org
AJLSM]
-(sorry, more french than english).
-The one I'm working for now is called "xfolio". I discovered different tips and tricks
-working on that, so that I feel happy to send back to discussion of the community.
-You can contact me on frederic.glorieux <at> xfolio.org
+(sorry, more french than english). The one I'm working for now is called "xfolio" (more links
to come). 
+I discovered different tips and tricks
+working on that, so that I feel happy to send back to discussion. 
+'''----
+[[MailTo(frederic DOT glorieux AT xfolio DOT org)]]
 
- * [XfolioRedirectAction]
- * [XfolioOpenOfficeGeneration]
+
+I'm using this wiki instead of mailing lists, 
+because it's quite impossible to follow cocoon posts, especially when you need sometimes
to work with webmail.
+You want a real life anecdot ? Imagine you need to travel for work in some low bandwidth
country,
+and in an Internet Café, you have to browse thousands of spams and cocoon posts to find
the mail where your guest
+says '''By the way, I change my cellular phone number'''... 
+
+In fact, wiki could be a not so bad way to talk about precise topics. A mail thread is more
reactive, OK. 
+But who have already tried to answer to a mail old of some months ? It seems logic to follow
a good title, but usually threads
+died in a few days. Wiki page, not. 
+
+
+ * XfolioRedirectAction
+ * XfolioOpenOfficeGeneration
+ * XfolioXmlDocs

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