it’s nice to get press even if it is not as clued-in as it could be:
Version 2.1.5 fixes numerous issues with the framework and is available for Unix and Windows environments. Stephano Mazzocchi who just last week was elected to the Apache Software Foundation’s Board of Directors, suggests that v2.1.5 is the most stable version yet released. In general, the community touts Cocoon’s XML framework as the “Web glue for your Web application development needs.”
One of the direct Apache Cocoon sponsored projects, currently in incubation (not a fully ASF supported project) that relies on Cocoon is a Web content management system known as Lenya. The latest Cocoon release fixes at least one critical bug that will make Lenya more functional, according to Lenya committer Gregor Rothfuss.
“We were quite happy to see it resolved,” he said.
The next Lenya CMS release is scheduled for release in the next two weeks.
you heard it, people. lenya 1.2 should be out soon