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From Filip Maj <>
Subject Re: Apache Cordova: inquiry about graduation status and timeline
Date Fri, 01 Jun 2012 20:55:36 GMT
iOS and WP7 need to undergo the license header verification process but
that's it.

After that it's a matter of going through the administrative motions of
renaming the repos, possibly renaming some (blackberry webworks vs air vs
bb10), with the help and under the supervision of our mentors of course.

On 6/1/12 1:52 PM, "Filip Maj" <> wrote:

>I believe the last thing standing in our way is making sure our
>repositories have the right license headers in place, and that we are not
>shipping .jars, that kinda stuff.
>This is the parent task tracking that issue:
>As for how long until it's done, personally I would like to see it done
>for 2.0 _at the latest_.
>If anyone else on the list can correct me, please do ;)
>On 6/1/12 12:13 PM, "Tyler Gannon" <> wrote:
>>Hi All,
>>     I hope this question doesn't come off as stupid -- I need to ask it
>>in order to make the case for implementing Cordova for a Fortune 500
>>client who, to put it nicely, is reluctant to accept open source
>>technology for use in its infrastructure.
>>     I am curious if somebody can give me a sense of what currently
>>stands in the way of graduation from the incubator, what is the estimated
>>timeline for graduation, and overall odds of graduation in general.
>>     I hope to be able to tell the client  a story like "this product is
>>still in incubation stage but Š <something about its maturity>, <a word
>>about codebase stability>, and graduation is simply a matter of <???>
>>over the coming <??> months.
>>     Many thanks for the awesome product and as well for any help you can
>>give me in putting it us as a key and viable element of our proposal.
>>Tyler Gannon
>>Berkeley, Ca

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