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|| {{http://cocoon.apache.org/images/cocoon.gif}} ||This is the [[http://wiki.apache.org/general/|Apache Wiki]] for the [[http://cocoon.apache.org/|Apache Cocoon]] project and is maintained by the entire Cocoon community. To edit pages, visit UserPreferences at the top-right of any page to create a user profile or to login. Notifications of all changes you make will be sent to the docs@cocoon mailing list, so we will be aware of your changes and we will happily correct any small mistakes that you might make. ||
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|| {{http://cocoon.apache.org/images/cocoon.gif}} || This is the [[http://wiki.apache.org/general/|Apache Wiki]] for the [[http://cocoon.apache.org/|Apache Cocoon]] project and is maintained by the entire Cocoon community. To edit pages, visit UserPreferences at the top-right of any page to create a user profile or to login. Notifications of all changes you make will be sent to the docs@cocoon mailing list, so we will be aware of your changes and we will happily correct any small mistakes that you might make. ||
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Welcome to the Cocoon documentation Wiki. It is not large, it is not small, it is simply available to anyone actually feeling like adding some info to complement what's on the [[http://cocoon.apache.org/|main Cocoon web site]]. Type away! Explore the publicist in you! This wiki is generally a "jumping point" for bringing new documentation into the project.
See the [[About]] page to get started.
Welcome to the Cocoon documentation Wiki. It is not large, it is not small, it is simply available to anyone actually feeling like adding some info to complement what's on the [[http://cocoon.apache.org/|main Cocoon web site]]. Type away! Explore the publicist in you! This wiki is generally a "jumping point" for bringing new documentation into the project. See the [[About]] page to get started.
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''Still not convinced?'' For some real-world success stories about using Cocoon, see the [[Testimonials]] page, or visit [[http://www.spreadcocoon.com|Spread Cocoon]], a Cocoon marketing website. ''Still not convinced?'' For some real-world success stories about using Cocoon, see the [[Testimonials]] page.
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=  News / Recent Changes = = News / Recent Changes =
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  * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.11|Cocoon 2.1.11 Released]]   * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.11|Cocoon 2.1.11 Released]]
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  * Added [[GT2007Notes]] Notes from the Cocoon GetTogether 2007   * Added [[GT2007Notes]] Notes from the Cocoon GetTogether 2007
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  * Added [[GT2007Hackaton]] Ideas for the Hackathon at the 2007 Cocoon GetTogether
   * Added [[GT2007Hotels]] Hotels for the 2007 Cocoon GetTogether
  * Added [[GT2007Hackaton]] Ideas for the Hackathon at the 2007 Cocoon GetTogether
  * Added [[GT2007Hotels]] Hotels for the 2007 Cocoon GetTogether
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  * Added [[StudentProjectIdeas2007]]: Google announced the 3rd summer of code and this year. The Austrian Computer society launched a similar project, the [[http://osscontest.ocg.at/|OSS Contest Austria 2007]]. Add your ideas about what students could do for us! If you are a student yourself and interested, don't hesitate to add your project idea and get in contact with us as soon as possible.   * Added StudentProjectIdeas2007: Google announced the 3rd summer of code and this year. The Austrian Computer society launched a similar project, the [[http://osscontest.ocg.at/|OSS Contest Austria 2007]]. Add your ideas about what students could do for us! If you are a student yourself and interested, don't hesitate to add your project idea and get in contact with us as soon as possible.
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  * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.10|Cocoon 2.1.10 Released]]   * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.10|Cocoon 2.1.10 Released]]
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  * Added [[GT2006Notes]] Notes & slides from the 5th Cocoon GetTogether   * Added [[GT2006Notes]] Notes & slides from the 5th Cocoon GetTogether
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  * Added [[GT2006Hackathon]] Ideas for the Hackathon at the 2006 Cocoon GetTogether   * Added [[GT2006Hackathon]] Ideas for the Hackathon at the 2006 Cocoon GetTogether
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  * Added [[GT2006Ideas]] Ideas for the 2006 Cocoon GetTogether in Amsterdam, October 2nd, 3rd and 4th   * Added [[GT2006Ideas]] Ideas for the 2006 Cocoon GetTogether in Amsterdam, October 2nd, 3rd and 4th
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  * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.9|Cocoon 2.1.9 Released]]   * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.9|Cocoon 2.1.9 Released]]
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  * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.8|Cocoon 2.1.8 Released]]   * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.8|Cocoon 2.1.8 Released]]
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  * Added [[SVNConfig]] with SVN tips and recommended config   * Added [[SVNConfig]] with SVN tips and recommended config
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  * Cocoon Gettogether 2005 is over, slides and recordings are available at the [[http://www.cocoongt.org/Slides-and-recordings.html|Cocoon GT website]]   * Cocoon Gettogether 2005 is over, slides and recordings are available at the [[http://www.cocoongt.org/Slides-and-recordings.html|Cocoon GT website]]
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  * Added a [[DesignPattern/Overview]] section to help to quickly create web application   * Added a [[DesignPattern/Overview]] section to help to quickly create web application
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  * Added [[GT2005Hackaton]] agenda for the 2005 Cocoon Hackton in Amsterdam, October 5th and 6th   * Added [[GT2005Hackaton]] agenda for the 2005 Cocoon Hackton in Amsterdam, October 5th and 6th
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  * Added info on the GoogleSummerOfCode2005 and the CocoonRefDocProject   * Added info on the GoogleSummerOfCode2005 and the CocoonRefDocProject
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  * Some wiki pages about [[Lepido]], the Eclipse-based Cocoon IDE.   * Some wiki pages about [[Lepido]], the Eclipse-based Cocoon IDE.
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  * Launch of [[http://www.planetcocoon.com|Planet Cocoon]] (for Cocoon developers) and [[http://www.spreadcocoon.com|Spread Cocoon]] (to help market Cocoon).   * Launch of [[http://www.planetcocoon.com|Planet Cocoon]] (for Cocoon developers) and [[http://www.spreadcocoon.com|Spread Cocoon]] (to help market Cocoon).
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  * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.7|Cocoon 2.1.7 Released]]   * [[http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/changes.html#version_2.1.7|Cocoon 2.1.7 Released]]
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  * Added PortalTools   * Added PortalTools
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  * [[22NewDocuments|Portal]] for our new documentation effort   * [[22NewDocuments|Portal]] for our new documentation effort

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Welcome to the Cocoon documentation Wiki. It is not large, it is not small, it is simply available to anyone actually feeling like adding some info to complement what's on the main Cocoon web site. Type away! Explore the publicist in you! This wiki is generally a "jumping point" for bringing new documentation into the project. See the About page to get started.

If you are attempting to evaluate Cocoon for a project, you will find the features list useful. If you are unsure whether Cocoon is right for you, please also read RulesOfTheGame.

Still not convinced? For some real-world success stories about using Cocoon, see the Testimonials page.

News / Recent Changes

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