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From Michael Gentry <>
Subject Re: JavaFX modeler
Date Sat, 19 Nov 2016 13:26:51 GMT
Well, GitHub has certainly been convenient for me thus far, but I
understand your concern if someone issues a pull request (which hasn't
happened) who isn't part of the ASF.  The general organization of the
project is in OK shape currently, although I expect more refactoring over

Why are you thinking a separate Git repository?  At some point, changes
will need to be made to the main project to support some of the changes I
have in mind:

What would a Bootique launcher entail?  Just launching it from Bootique or
other Bootique things inside the modeler?


On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 5:32 AM, Andrus Adamchik <>

> Hi Mike and everybody,
> I suggest that we bring JavaFX Modeler at into
> Cayenne Git. It has a chance to get better momentum here. I've been
> traveling a lot recently with Cayenne trainings and presentations, and I've
> met people on a few occasions who offered their help with the tool. There's
> no guarantee that any of this materializes yet, but I think keeping the new
> Modeler under the Apache Cayenne umbrella should help. Also consider all
> the legal issues we'll face when bringing a GitHub project with multiple
> contributors to Cayenne at a later date.
> So I suggest that we request a new Git repo from infra
> (cayenne-modeler2.git or something), move Mike's code in there, and then
> promote this new project on the website, the mailing lists, etc. It will be
> developed in parallel with the main repo until we are ready to make a
> release.
> From myself I promise a Bootique launcher contribution.
> Thoughts?
> Andrus

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