Hmmm... I think this might be the perfect moment to inject http://MusicianForge.com (and .net.  .com is currently slated to redirect to .net) into the discussion, something of which recently occurred to me ccHost 4.0 fits perfectly into what we hope for MF.net to become > A way for full-time musicians to collaborate, license, and in other forms work together collaboratively.

Let me get the domain set-up with the software and we can then talk specifics about what extensions everyone feels would be useful. :)

Will update this thread in about an hours time > have a few items to tend to real fast, but will get it up and running ASAP...

On 2/27/07, Jon Phillips <jon@rejon.org> wrote:
On Tue, 2007-02-27 at 18:09 -0700, M. David Peterson wrote:
> >> I would recommend creating an extension for cchost to demo it
> off :)
>
> Meaning write an extension that extends the functionality, or create
> an instance of which to then use to point to in regards to demo the
> functionaility?  Or both? :D

The latter...it would be cool to come up with a nice useful extension to
demo the power of cchost for your article....what do you all think on
this list? Something great like a feedreader for blogs, adding a paypal
donation button to each item upload to the artist, or social bookmarking
button that can post a post to digg, etc...

Jon

> On 2/27/07, Jon Phillips <jon@rejon.org > wrote:
>         On Tue, 2007-02-27 at 17:45 -0700, M. David Peterson wrote:
>         > It seems this would make a *GREAT* post for my Open Source
>         XML Weekly
>         > Roundup (see:
>         >
>         http://www.oreillynet.com/xml/blog/2007/02/week_8_open_source_xml_weekly.html for an example) on XML.com, dedicating the majority of the post to getting to know ccHost 4.0 from the inside out.
>         >
>         > I've created a notes page @
>         > http://dev.extensibleforge.net/wiki/ccHost:4.0 < Please feel
>         free to
>         > contribute links to press, tutorials, or content that any of
>         you feel
>         > would be of interest to the readers of XML.com.
>
>         Cool...I added links to the official site and the code
>         documentation.
>
>         > Okay, so obviously ccHost isn't, technically speaking, an
>         Open Source
>         > *XML* project, but it serves up open source, freely
>         shareable, freely
>         > extensible content via XML data feeds, which is close
>         enough, and in
>         > fact, is probably a better representation of what Open
>         Source XML
>         > *truly* means give the fact that XML is an extensible markup
>         language
>         > for representing data.  As such, it seems like an
>         appropriate focus
>         > for the weekly column. :)  I'll pull together as much as I
>         can
>         > independently, but any contributions to the above wiki page
>         will most
>         > definitely be appreciated!
>
>         Great, it would help to have more structure for more
>         participation. If
>         this is for your article, I would recommend creating an
>         extension for
>         cchost to demo it off :) That would be helpful for us too :)
>
>         Jon
>
>         >
>         > On 2/27/07, Jon Phillips <jon@rejon.org> wrote:
>         >         Ok, I submitted the pr/ann. all around...VS,
>         whenever you want
>         >         to post
>         >         to the cc blog...then we can digg, and all promote
>         across our
>         >         blogs...big release!
>         >
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