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From da...@cocoon.zones.apache.org
Subject [DAISY] Updated: Live Sites - 2.1.8
Date Thu, 29 May 2008 09:58:03 GMT
A document has been updated:

http://cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/documentation/705.html

Document ID: 705
Branch: main
Language: default
Name: Live Sites - 2.1.8 (unchanged)
Document Type: Cocoon Document (unchanged)
Updated on: 5/29/08 9:57:50 AM
Updated by: Andrew Savory

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    <br/>
    <strong>Contact:</strong> epritcha [AT] wiley.co.uk</p>
    
--- <p><em>Cocoon version used:</em> 2.1.8 (with AJAX module and some patches
from
--- 2.1.9)<br/>
--- <em>Short summary:</em> Major Reference work in Wiley InterScience, first
of
--- many to be published using Cocoon-based architecture.<br/>
--- <em>How can we verify this site is actually built with Cocoon? </em>Check
out
--- the X-Cocoon-Version header...</p>
+++ <p><strong><em>Cocoon version used:</em></strong> 2.1.8
(with AJAX module and
+++ some patches from 2.1.9)<br/>
+++ <strong><em>Short summary:</em></strong> Major Reference work
in Wiley
+++ InterScience, first of many to be published using Cocoon-based architecture.
+++ <br/>
+++ <em><strong>How can we verify this site is actually built with Cocoon?</strong>
+++ </em>Check out the X-Cocoon-Version header...</p>
    
--- <p><em>How much time did it take to build the site from design to
--- publication?</em><br/>
+++ <p><strong><em>How much time did it take to build the site from design
to
+++ publication?</em></strong><br/>
    Original IA Specification in October 2005, specs for source XML took
    approximately 2 months, actual build 3 months; 3 Cocoon-based engineers, 1
    focusing on search, 1 on XHTML/CSS, and one on the rest of the site. We also had
    some hard-working Content people working on pre-rendering of XML blobs and
    MathML images, and a whole bunch of people in India marking up the XML content
    documents.</p>
    
--- <p><em>How much traffic does the site handle?</em><br/>
+++ <p><strong><em>How much traffic does the site handle?</em></strong><br/>
    20000 hits on launch day (24 July 2006).</p>
    
--- <p><em>What made you choose Cocoon to build the site?</em><br/>
+++ <p><strong><em>What made you choose Cocoon to build the site?</em></strong>
+++ <br/>
    6 month review of available technologies, Cocoon stood out on handling of XML,
    Caching, Component re-use and the Sitemap. We also love Views and the concept of
    Flows.</p>
    
--- <p><em>What other information do you want to disclose (e.g. how does it work,
--- how did you build it, what parts of Cocoon did you use)?</em></p>
+++ <p><strong><em>What other information do you want to disclose (e.g.
how does it
+++ work, how did you build it, what parts of Cocoon did you use)?</em></strong></p>
    
    <p>We've actually got some other parts of the site already implemented using
    Cocoon, namely ForwardLinking (Citation-Tracking link on Journal Abstract pages:
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