Yeah, cartoon is included in the canon sources (as "C" canon). It means that cartoon is at the same canon level along with comics, some books, games etc.
In G-canon Dooku shows much better force feats.
In T-canon (TCW) Dooku also shows much better force feats.
In C-canon Dooku still shows better force feats:
-comics - Dooku looks much stronger
-cartoon - Mace looks better because of battle of Dantooine (in this case Mace's force feets are exaggerated - prove: AotC (battle of Geonosis), Shatterpoint, TCW (Death Trap, R2D2 come home) - in all of this sources he wasn't able to do, what he did in battle of Dantooine.
-books - Dooku looks a lot of better (in Yoda: DR he is clearly describe as a better force user).
The Clone Wars cartoon is also T-Canon, not only is it T-canon, but in G-canon material (ROTS commentary) they reference an incident regarding Mace Windu.
T-canon includes anything that has or will appear on the TV within the past decade or so. T means Television.
"C-canon is Continuity Canon, consisting of all recent works (and many older works) released under the name of Star Wars: books, comics, games, cartoons, non-theatrical films, and more" - starwars.wikia.com
"T-canon refers to the canon level comprising only the two television shows: Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the Star Wars live-action TV series. Its precedence over C-Level canon was confirmed by Chee."
That dual quote Zett provided seemed to simultaneously support and contradict Star Wars: The Clone Wars spot in canon. Guess it depends on the first quote's definition of 'cartoon'. It might just be referring top the 80's cartoons, Droids and Ewoks.
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what? sparring buddies are on the same level now? Luke sparred with 7 Jedi Masters (and kicked their asses) in LOTF. so that means being ones sparring partner absolutely does NOT make you equals. Who did Yoda spar with, if no one was his equal?
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I think its in Fury. I remember it vaguely and I seem to recall that its after the Jedi move to their hidden base. I think its the scene where they come up with their plan to plant a tracker on Caedus' cape.