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From Vincent Stoessel <vi...@idev.com>
Subject Re: XML Journal 2000 Reader's Choice Awards
Date Sat, 11 Nov 2000 04:38:40 GMT
Heh, I was thinking the exact same thing but was
too scared to post it. Cocoon is more of a framework
than a full blown cms.

Uli Mayring wrote:

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> On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Timm, Sean wrote:
> 
> 
>> I nominated Cocoon for the categories of Best Content Management System and
>> Most Innovative XML Product.  I haven't seen anyone mention it on the lists
>> yet, but Cocoon already has third place in the Best Content Management
>> System category.  If you can take a moment to vote, that would be great.
>> Winning in both these categories would be great since almost every other
>> product listed is a commercial (closed-source) product (not to mention the
>> fact that I think Cocoon deserves to win).  :)
> 
> 
> Most innovative XML product, perhaps. But CMS? Only in as far as there 
> should be a CMS based on cocoon ;-)
> 
> Ulrich


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