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Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: NicoVerwer
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2004 11:10:55 GMT
   Date: 2004-08-12T04:10:55
   Editor: NicoVerwer <nverwer@email.com>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: NicoVerwer
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/NicoVerwer

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 My name is Nico Verwer, and I am a software developer for [http://www.be-value.nl/ Be Value]
in the Netherlands.
 
-For many years I have worked on web and XML related projects, but I had not used Cocoon until
April 2003, when I started working on a project for a large publishing company.
+For many years I have worked on web and XML related projects, but I had not used Cocoon until
April 2003, when some colleagues and I started working on a project for a large publishing
company.
 Our job was to implement a configurable production system, making publications from sets
of 'XML components' coming from the content management system.
 With Cocoon, we (two programmers) were able to do this in record time.
-We have developed techniques to produce VERY large documents with Cocoon, and to compute
increments for changing documents.
+We have developed techniques to produce VERY large documents with Cocoon, and to compute
increments for changing document sets.
 
 We are going to use Cocoon for more projects, and intend to actively participate in the Cocoon
community, first by writing some documentation for this Wiki.
 
 See also:
- *  SitemapPathModule a module I wrote to determine the absolute path to a sitemap.
- *  StreamGenerator where I added a description of a client-server system using [:CInclude]
and the [:StreamGenerator].
+ *  SitemapPathModule: A module I wrote to determine the absolute path to a sitemap.
+ *  StreamGenerator: I added a description of a client-server system using [:CInclude] and
the [:StreamGenerator].
+ *  ResponseHeaderTransformer: Yet another way to set HTTP response headers.
 
 Cheers,
 

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