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From "Carlos M. S. Bento Nogueira" <>
Subject Re: [ANN] This week in Cocoon - Real Blocks and OSGi
Date Sun, 29 May 2005 02:02:01 GMT
Hi there!
Anything targeted to newbies is always welcome :))
>From my personal point of view, a news blog is something interesting but 
most of times not very usefull to a real newbie, e.g. someone like me
who comes from de JSP world and found cocoon never knowing nothing about 

If some efforts were made on simplifying the provided examples that would 
be great, because instead of spending countless hours trying to understand 
the examples dependencies, we could already be doing something!

On the other hand it would be great if the examples refered to the usage 
of tools Lepido plugin for Eclipse to put Cocoon to work faster.And what 
tools did people used when creating the xml+xsl files from the examples:
Xmlspy?, Dreamweaver?, Notepad? :P

Good luck for your blog anyway.


On Sun, 29 May 2005, Mark Leicester wrote:

> Hello,
> I've started writing a "This week in Cocoon" column, over on 
> Each week I'll be covering Cocoon community 
> news, digesting hot topics from the mailing lists, digging into the archives 
> to give you a bit of background information. It's intended to be 
> non-contentious news, targeted primarily at newbies looking to contextualise 
> what they read on the mailing lists.
> Issue #1 is here: In it, I cover 
> the recent proposal to implement Cocoon's real blocks with OSGi (the 
> technology behind Eclipse's plugin architecture).
> If there are others out there who would like to help out (i.e. summarising 
> discussions), please let me know and I'll give you blogging rights on Planet 
> Cocoon forthwith! Also, if you'd like to add a comment to what you read then 
> you'll need to log on. As I have mentioned before, if you have posted to this 
> mailing list in the last two months, there is probably already an account for 
> you at Planet Cocoon. To use it, all you need to do is request a new password 
> (at, and enter your usual email 
> address. A password will be emailed to you immediately.
> English speaking RSS feeders can subscribe to 
> What do you think?
> Regards,
> Mark
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