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From Justin Makeig <>
Subject Link Livesites: The Center for Document Engineering at UC Berkeley
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2003 07:48:55 GMT
The Center for Document Engineering at the University of California,
Berkeley is proud to announce the launch of its website, , built using Cocoon 2.1.1.

The site is based on an internally developed framework, referred to as
"Center in a Box" (CIB). Center in a Box defines XML schemas for the core
components of most organizations here on campus (and beyond), such as
"person," "event," "publication," and "initiative." These schemas are
designed in such a way as to be reusable and extensible to meet the specific
needs of organizations deploying a CIB solution. Using Cocoon 2.1.1,
instance documents built with these schemas are transformed for delivery as
XHTML and RDF using a library of reusable XSL transformations based on the
underlying data model.

The CDE web site is the first implementation of the CIB framework. The full
source code for Center in a Box should be available as a free download in
mid-October at .

Please let me know if you have any questions about Center in a Box or would
be interested in using CIB for your organization.

- Justin Makeig

Product Manager
Center for Document Engineering
University of California, Berkeley

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