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From Paul Libbrecht <>
Subject Re: [Jelly] Executable XML vs. Rich Configuration
Date Tue, 24 May 2005 09:13:46 GMT
Two more proposals then:
- Jelly: scripts in XML
   (scripts are a form of configuration... I like the naming)
- Jelly: mouldable XML
In the latter I think I should be able to get a few pictures out of 
moudling jell-o with my kids... this may be "modern transluscent"...
I suggest we do not consider to change the jelly name, just the 
sub-title and maybe the overall graphical/marketing/word-choice 


Le 23 mai 05, à 03:36, Paul DeCoursey a écrit :

> I like the Jelly name as well.  I use it for all kinds of things, 
> mostly scripting.  I can't say I have ever used it for configuration. 
> As far as any sort of name change, I don't think it a good idea.  It 
> may need better marketing, but does that even fit into the open source 
> world?
> Paul
> On May 21, 2005, at 12:52 AM, Hans Gilde wrote:
>> My 2 cents: I got into Jelly as a framework for building Swing GUIs. 
>> In this
>> case, the Tag model works very well and the ability to implement the
>> scripting is also extremely useful.
>> Unfortunately, the company I did it for laid me off and I have to 
>> start the
>> whole framework from scratch if I want to publish it open source. 
>> However, I
>> find Jelly to be rather more than configuration... the name Jelly 
>> really
>> seems to fit for me.
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