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Re: Is AxKit dead?

From: Joe Kesselman <keshlam-nospam@-------.--->
Date: 6/12/2006 10:51:00 AM

jonathan@h... wrote:
> My question was not what is Axkit's official state was but which
> solution was better to commit ones organisation to, going forward,
> Axkit or Cocoon.  My feel is Cocoon unless anyone knows any other
> better options?

The fact that you're having trouble finding out anything about AxKit's 
state strikes me as sufficient reason to believe you may have trouble 
getting support for it. Cocoon's got an active community. That would be 
sufficient reason for me; your milage may vary.

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