----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Winstead" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Michael Glazer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2001 6:37 PM
Subject: Re: PHP XMF
> you should take this up on the [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list.
> On Sat, Jul 21, 2001 at 04:00:44AM -0400, Michael Glazer wrote:
> > Hi Jim
> > My name is Michael Glazer I am an IA and the founder of
> > I am sorry to be emailing you. I found your email at news.php.net.
> > I have been tirelessly looking for a way to contact the folks at php.net
to no avail.
> > I have developed a thin layered gateway application using PHP and Apache
> > The primary use of XPC (http://xpc.4arrow.com) (http://dev.4arrow.com)
is a CMF similar to http://cmf.zope.org
> > I was hoping to open my development on php.net with possibly
> > XPC can be used as a Intranet, Extranet, Web hosting, collaborative
communities and much more.
> > It is simply a gateway that parses URIs sent to it and outputs the
appropriate data using standard HTTP requests.
> > I see XPC as weblogs.com, blogger.com, phpnuke.org, and cmf.zope.org to
the Nth degree.
> > XPC is not server software, not a module, or a plugin, it can be run in
any php enabled Apache web serving folder with no modifications. Therefore,
web hosted users can utilize XPC as well. Best of all XPC eliminates the
need for query strings.
> > I am planning on publicly releasing the first alpha version on Tuesday
July 24th at http://dev.4arrow.com.
> > Please let me know what your thoughts are for a potential open
development site such as http://cmf.php.net
> > Thank you in advance
> > Michael Glazer
> > Information Architect
> > www.4arrow.com
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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