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From Filip Maj <...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Proposition to split cordova-blackberry into two separate plugins
Date Tue, 19 Feb 2013 21:24:27 GMT
Sounds fine to me.

As for process, assuming there are no objections (would wait a couple
days), file a JIRA issue on the INFRA project
(issues.apache.org/jira/browser/INFRA)

On 2/19/13 1:15 PM, "Jeffrey Heifetz" <jheifetz@rim.com> wrote:

>With all this talk of re-organizing cordova plugins we here at BlackBerry
>(RIM no more) have been discussing better alleging ourselves with the
>approach by splitting our existing cordova-blackberry platform into two
>separate platforms. (I saw a similar call here as well
>http://callback.markmail.org/thread/xnhpidbnxg5ps7zr#query:+page:1+mid:xnh
>pidbnxg5ps7zr+state:results)
>
>We propose adding a new platform, "blackberry10" with the longterm
>understanding that once BB10 is ported to playbook the original repo
>would only be for BBOS. Ideally the end result of this is that we would
>have an up to date cordova-blackberry10 platform following all of the
>best practices (plugins moved into their own repos, etc) and we can
>better contribute resources to Cordova in general.
>
>Hopefully no one has any objections to this as structurally they are
>really separate platforms. Additionally it'll make the flow within CLI a
>lot cleaner.
>
>If everyone agrees, what is the process for getting a new apache repo for
>it?
>
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