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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Giving up! Cocoon too big, slow and confusing
Date Fri, 28 Jun 2002 16:00:14 GMT
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>I'm using several open-source projects. Does it mean that I'm supposed to
>contribute to all of them? May be I'm the one of a kind, but I don't want to
>contribute. I just want to use it. Open source codes should be an advantage,
>not an obligation.
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Ahh but there is the catch.  That means its not an obligation to answer 
your your issues.

>Sure, I can write those stylesheets to make PDF, but it will take time,
>which I don't have. Here comes another idea: Apache.org has sponsors, can
>they fund documenting efforts?
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Just like me.

>You all are programmers, me too. It's fun to code, we can do it even without
>being paid for. But writing docs is very different. Look at those guys who
>are writing Cocoon books. They didn't post PDF version of their books
>anywhere. They will not do it. But, if Apache.org's sponsors pay them, maybe
>they'd post their books on the Web? 
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Why should they be obligated?

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