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  • Just wondering, are you interested in hearing about websites using TT? Do you have an estimate about how many sites are using the toolkit?
    • I really have no idea how many people are using TT, but it might make an interesting section of the TT web site.

      I think I'll suggest it on the TT mailing list.
      • We do this for MasonHQ.com, and it's useful for me as a consultant to be able to point to a list that includes Amazon, Salon, & AvantGo. If there's people trying to push TT2 as an "acceptable" technology, a list of users is a good thing.
        • people trying to push TT2 as an "acceptable" technology, a list of users is a good thing.

          • just as important as trying to raise the profile of TT2 is the demonstration of what it can do. more importantly how.

          it wasn't until I downloaded stas bekmans (stason.org [stason.org] and perl.apache.org - both tt powered) docset [cpan.org] until I realised TT powered the site [cpan.org]. Looking at the code allowed me to see how the to build a html->pdf, html->print site.

          there is great power in the demonstration of working sites ... especi

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