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From Vadim Gritsenko <>
Subject Re: BLOG via Cocoon?
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2007 21:53:52 GMT
Jonas Lundberg wrote:
> Hi,
> yes, I have implemented a blog system, but it still has performance
> issues that makes it less... nice... at the moment. It is implemented
> in Cocoon/eXist.

Reminds me of CocoBlog

> I have described my approach in a paper, that you can read here:
> (My home page at that site (not the entire site) is also done in my
> blog system.)
> There are two issues with Cocoon that I have not been able to resolve,
> that makes it less ideal for XML based web sites in general, and for
> my system in particular:
> 1. It is extremely difficult to import XML from other sites into
> Cocoon, since one cannot just use an ordinary pipeline (the other site
> might be down, with unfortunate consequences). Imported XML is nice to
> have in blogs, to present information from elsewhere.
> 2. One cannot use time that the server is idle to execute pipelines
> that do some cleanup tasks - all pipelines seem to start with a
> request, not with the lack of a request. But that might be outside the
> scope of Cocoon.

PS RunnableManager is a good lightweight alternative to cron block.


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