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Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: OlivierLange
Date Fri, 08 Oct 2004 13:38:01 GMT
   Date: 2004-10-08T06:38:01
   Editor: OlivierLange <olange@petit-atelier.ch>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: OlivierLange
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/OlivierLange

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 I am living in the french-speaking part of Switzerland and focus on cultural and educational
projects. In my spare time, I also work for a non-profit non-violent organisation, the [http://www.cmlk.ch/
Centre Martin Luther King].
 
-I use Cocoon for a variety of purposes, mostly from the CLI and for XHTML and PDF publishing
to websites. I love Cocoon's ability to integrate cleanly many different datasources. I also
used Cocoon in combination with FOP and Batik to produce nice reports, and if you ever doubted,
custom fonts and SVG graphics are well handled.
+I use Cocoon for a variety of purposes, mostly from the CLI and for XHTML and PDF publishing
to websites. I love Cocoon's ability to integrate cleanly many different datasources. I also
used Cocoon quite a few times in combination with FOP and Batik to produce nice reports.
 
-My last Cocoon-based realisation is a publishing system for the website of the cultural project
[http://www.gallerie-ph.ch/ Gallerie 57/34.6 km]. It is available in 5 languages (german,
french, italien, rumantsch and english). The translating process and website content updating
was quite an overhead for the authors. I used the i18n transformer to generate the translated
pages and built a form-based front-end to author the catalog XML contents. 
+Somes recent Cocoon-based publications:
 
-''April 26th, 2004''
+* [http://www.rezoscience.ch/jsp/parcours-alpha/index.jsp Réseau romand Science et Cité,
Parcours Alph@]
+
+  A simple templating system built with Cocoon, which transforms Dreamweaver templates in
XSL, and docMini, a bunch of "static" widgets transformed with XSLT, to generate a part of
the website.
+
+* [http://www.nouvo.ch/ Nouvo]
+
+  Worked with [BertrandDelacretaz] this summer on the templating system of nouvo.ch and its
nouvoWiki parser (based on the [http://www.radeox.org/ RadeoxParser]). See [http://codeconsult.ch/bertrand/archives/000370.html
Bertrand's blog] for more details.
+
+* [http://www.gallerie-ph.ch/ Gallerie 57/34.6 km]
+
+  A publishing system used to build the entire website, which is available in 5 languages
(german, french, italien, rumantsch and english). The translating process and website content
updating was quite an overhead for the authors. I used the i18n transformer to generate the
translated pages and built a form-based front-end to author the catalog XML contents.
+
+''October 8th, 2004''

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