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From Jeff Turner <je...@apache.org>
Subject Re: sync various descriptions of Forrest
Date Mon, 04 Nov 2002 07:54:31 GMT
On Mon, Nov 04, 2002 at 06:36:42PM +1100, David Crossley wrote:
> David Crossley wrote:
> <snip/>
> >
> > Here is the current draft:
> >  "Forrest is an XML standards-oriented project documentation
> >   framework based on Apache Cocoon, providing XSLT stylesheets
> >   and schema, images and other resources. Forrest uses these to
> >   render the XML source content into a website via command-line,
> >   robot, or a dynamic web application. Start with a small static
> >   site and grow to a dynamic application."
> > 
> > Issues:
> > 1) Is it getting too long?

Maybe we should drop the last line.. it really needs a separate
paragraph.

> > 2) "schema" is a singular word, "schemata" is the proper plural,
> > but it sounds like a disease or a religious affliction. Is there
> > a better term? I am trying to avoid specific terms like DTD,
> > WXS, or XML Schema (when they mean W3C XML Schema). One other
> > choice is "grammar".
> 
> This is still an outstanding issue. Any suggestions?

schemas?

There was a massive XML-DEV thread about schemas vs schemata.. I can't
remember which side won.

> > 3) We still need a one-liner too. This is needed for
> > Bugzilla and will be useful elsewhere.
> 
> Peter Donald wrote:
> > Or maybe even more raw
> > 
> > "Flexible, standards-based, site development tool."
> 
> > In time it would be nice to add in "Easy-to-use" :)
> 
> With a little cooking ...
>  "Standards-based site documentation framework"

+1

--Jeff

> > Robert Koberg wrote:
> > > wait, too many words :) it just needs:
> > >
> > > Standards based site development that provides the
> > > building blocks to allow growth in any direction.
> 
> 
> 

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