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From "Leo Simons" <m...@leosimons.com>
Subject RE: [VOTE] LogKit Code Freeze Plans
Date Fri, 04 May 2001 06:01:18 GMT
> > VOTE
> > ----
> > 
> > LogKit follows same release plan as Framework/Excalibur
> > 
> > I am +1 as they need each other.

+1

> > QUESTIONS
> > ---------
> > Has LogKit ever had an official release?
> > What version should we apply to it?
> > 
> > Since it is more independant of Framework/Excalibur I don't
> > think we should match version numbers like MS artificial jump
> > to Version 6 on its office suite.  I don't know if you recall,
> > but they had Word 5.x, Excel 4.x, PowerPoint 4.x, and Access 2.x
> > and the next version for all of them was 6.0.

I'd go for 2.0b...

> > I found out after talking to my CTO, that the reason he was hesitant
> > to use Avalon most was the lack of useful documentation.  (I can
> > say this because I wrote most of what we do have).  He would like
> > to see some stuff on how to break down a system into Components.
> > He is familiar with OO techniques (a SystemUser object, a Dog, etc).
> > and less with breaking down analasys into useful Components.  I would
> > like to see documentation on the correct manner to set up a Logger,
> > and how to take advantage of Rolling Log Files, etc.

I would like to not have a freeze on the xdocs dir in any case - I have
been working on a "Getting Started with Avalon and Phoenix" tutorial-style
thing. I will probably try and submit it to JavaWorld as well. It should
help =)

cheers!

LSD



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