Re: Another P2P XML J2EE player?

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From: Dave Winer (
Date: Wed Jan 03 2001 - 17:19:38 PST

Sitelets sound a bit like what we're calling "Desktop Websites". I actually
kind of liked the term.. Dave

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From: "Chris Olds" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2001 5:09 PM
Subject: Another P2P XML J2EE player?

> These guys have apparently been around for a bit, but I don't remember
> seeing anything about them or InfoCanvas (who they used to be). They are
> using Java (J2EE) for their Sitelets (yeech!); they apparently expect that
> people will buy and sell Sitelets, but there aren't any details on their
> site.
> /cco
> _______________________________________________
> "Consilient touts flexible collaboration without boundaries through
> management. Leveraging P2P communications, Consilient's small, portable
> applets called Sitelets let individuals initiate and control transactions
> without requiring other parties to use similar setups. Individuals become
> part of an open collaboration community, thereby overcoming the barriers
> traditional closed collaboration systems. Large enterprises can benefit
> the flexibility of Consilient's P2P community model. To understand
> Consilient, you must understand Sitelets -- self-contained, portable XML
> documents containing the components of a business process (visual
> business logic, and data). Think of a Sitelet as a mini-application server
> that can be delivered via any Web-enabled application or device such as
> e-mail, a URL, or a PDA."

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