>> 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

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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