The Shark Generator is a Java file that reads image properties from an XML documents and with these properties generates graphical objects. The Shark Generator is an idea of Motosoto and was partially developed by a student (Dick Schfer) as a school project. The original idea was a parameter driven style generator. As the Shark Generator hasn't been completed, it's functionality can still be improved.
In the download section you can find the java source, and XML-input file example and a word-document describing how to set this up.
Last sunday the Motosoto Open Source License (MOSL) was approved by OSI. http://www.opensource.org. The MOSL is a slightly changed version of the Jabber license.
COPS, a framework for web based communities, has released the first version of TicketBook. Ticket book is an integrated development and test tool for distributed transactions on the COPS transaction engine.
TicketBook reduces the development and deployment of transactions in the COPS architecture to a mix and match of XSLT, database and bean calls all integrated in an easy to use swing based development environment.
The Motosoto CoPS project will be subject to the Motosoto Open Source License (MOSL). The license has been submitted to for approval to the OSI. MOSL is based on the Jabber Open Source License. The license will be made available as soon as the approval by OSI has been received.
Welcome, in the last weeks of May all sources and information will be made available through Sourceforge. Motosoto will also officially launch the Motosoto.org.