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From Rob Jellinghaus <>
Subject Re: Why isn't Cocoon making into the commerical world?
Date Fri, 29 Mar 2002 05:40:25 GMT
Wow, these are completely excellent.  And to think I could have found them 
myself if I had had half a brain and looked on the Cocoon links 
page!  (

OK, well, I must now revise my original opinion slightly.  Cocoon is not 
lacking startup tutorials or projects as badly as I thought.  What it is 
lacking, however, are:

1) Tools.  A web-based management UI for Cocoon would be a Very Good Thing, 
and very helpful in getting wider adoption.

2) Marketing!  If some large consulting companies (like, say, IBM 
Services?) got behind Cocoon in a big way, that would greatly expand its 
marketshare and mindshare.  And then would come the O'Reilly book, and the 
New Riders book, and the Addison Wesley books... you know a product's made 
it when the bookwriters get interested :-)

Thanks very much for the tutorial pointers and I wish I'd had enough of a 
clue to find them myself.  Still, at least I haven't wasted *too* much time.

At 11:38 PM 3/28/2002 -0500, Joseph Rajkumar wrote:
>     I would strongly recommend this for an excellent
>Joseph Rajkumar
>Thor Heinrichs-Wolpert wrote:
> > For your HelloWorld adventure, check out chello on sourceforge.
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Thor HW
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