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From jessk...@brel.com
Subject Re: New Cocoon Powered Webs
Date Wed, 11 Jul 2001 05:58:49 GMT
Hi Alfredas

Congratulations on such a remarkable web site! It is so encouraging to find 
users of Cocoon in the educational arena and to have the complete 
separation of content-programming-design. 

We are also in the midst using Cocoon 2 in deploying an educational website 
for one of our customers. We are still studying Cocoon 2 for this purpose. 
Would it be possible for you to share some of your experiences in deploying 
Cocoon? Some of my questions are as follows:-

1. Do you build your user management module or use any open source software 
for this purpose? We have about 10 content owner. Specific owner may go to 
the detail of having the privilege for one web page only just like yours. 
We are contemplating using Turbine.

2. Personalisation for the student
- How do you use Cocoon to do this feature?

Your help is much appreciated. Thanks in advanced!

Rgds,


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  From: Alfredas Chmieliauskas <alfredas@sseriga.edu.lv>
  Subject: New Cocoon Powered Webs 
  Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 07:53:35 +0300 
  To: "'cocoon-users@xml.apache.org'" <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>


 
Please add some more sites to the success story list :)

http://www.sseriga.edu.lv (this one has the links to the other two below)
http://students.sseriga.edu.lv (student "portal" - access to personalised
info: scores, files, news, etc)
http://econ.sseriga.edu.lv (economics "portal" - will be up starting from
sep 1st)

I guess we (Stockholm School of Economics in Riga) will be the first
academic institution on the list and I know that it won't be the last as we
are already planning to use cocoon in several other schools.
These sites have already been running for a half a year on Cocoon1.x.x and
we are planning to switch to C2 this summer. Moreover, we have made a
publishing system (sort of GUI for Cocoon) and every page (the content) you
see on the site is created and maintained by a person from the school's
office. So we actually succeeded in the complete content-programming-design
separation.
The GUI is now a web-based application (JavaScript, DHTML, MS DHTML editing
component on the front-end and Cocoon on the back) and works on IE only, 
but
in the nearest future we are planning to re-write it as an applet and make 
a
demo public for cocoon users, as this could be a good example/purpose for
using cocoon.

viva cocoon,

Alfredas

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