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Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: FredericGlorieux
Date Wed, 14 Jul 2004 12:57:35 GMT
   Date: 2004-07-14T05:57:35
   Editor: FredericGlorieux <frederic.glorieux@xfolio.org>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: FredericGlorieux
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/FredericGlorieux

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Change Log:

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 '''
 My name is Frédéric Glorieux (if your keyboard like accentued letters).
 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" (more links
to come). 
+(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. 
+working on that, so that I feel happy to send back to discussion.
 '''----
-FrederiGlorieux [[MailTo(frederic DOT glorieux AT xfolio DOT org)]]
+[mailto:frederic.glorieux@xfolio.org FredericGlorieux]  -- FredericGlorieux [[DateTime(2004-07-14T12:57:35Z)]]
+[[MailTo(frederic DOT glorieux AT xfolio DOT org)]]
 
 
-I'm using this wiki instead of mailing lists, 
+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'''... 
+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. 
+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. 
+died in a few days. Wiki page, not.
 
 = Contributions =
-[[FullSearch()]]
-
-= Create page = 
 [[GoTo]]
+[[FullSearch()]]

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