We had it already on the list last week, here is the official announcement. I have added the link in the CVS.


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Subject: RE: Contact  Us Form
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 09:41:18 -0400
From: Jim Costello <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

We would be glad to be listed on your powered by Cocoon page. Our base url is http://www.ctg.albany.edu. The entire site is done in Cocoon 2, using standard XML/XSL with a docbook schema for our XML documents. The site currently has close to 4000 pages produced by approximately 300 xml/xsl files. We expect to be producing about 10,000 pages by the end of the year with no increase in the number of xml/xsl files. The main content of our site are the reports, guides and studies that our Center produces. We needed a sensible way to manage these documents, control the source file and produce a variety of formats HTML, PDFs, multiple locations on the site. XML and Cocoon has been the answer. The site has only been live for about 1 month, but we've already seen a doubling of our traffic and it's much easier to maintain and find our information on the site now. It's all Cocoon and XML/XSL; no database involvement.

We also have a white paper on the site at http://www.ctg.albany.edu/publications/reports/xml that explains our
rationale and approach to using xml and cocoon.

One other component of the site at http://www2.ctg.albany.edu/egovfirststop/ uses Cocoon 1 and mySQL database to power an information repository application. We will be upgrading this application to Cocoon 2.

Jim Costello
Web Application Developer
Center for Technology in Govenment
(518) 442-3812

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