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From "Terence M. Bandoian" <>
Subject Re: First stab at Next Steps article
Date Thu, 01 May 2014 20:15:29 GMT
 From a relative newcomer's point of view, should some distinction be 
made between plugins officially maintained by Apache Cordova and those 
that are not?


On 4/30/2014 4:40 PM, Andrew Grieve wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 5:28 PM, Josh Soref <> wrote:
>> Ray Camden wrote:
>>> I had 3 hours here at the airport so I took at stab at writing content
>>> for the Next Steps document. You can find (and edit) the document here:
>>> omWgk/edit#
>> Personally, I favor ether pads / pirate pads.
>>> The main thing missing now (imo) is the Upgrade section.
>>> I think with that added - this is in a good place (at least initially).
>>> Thoughts, opinions, etc?
>> I like it.
>>> Any volunteers ready to write out the upgrade section?
>> I don't want to set up a Google account at work, but
> FYI - you don't need an account to edit a doc that's made "editable via
> those with the link" (as this one is).
>> 1. Please don't mention WebSQL.
>> 2. The offline/online event is not a great indicator, it's a hint, but it
>> can be misleading. People need to try a connection (XHR) to their
>> destination, if it works, great, if it doesn't that's it. If I'm in a
>> captive portal, or if I'm in an office, I can easily not have access to
>> your backend, even though I do have some form of "network access".
>> 3. For Debugging, on BlackBerry 10, you get web inspector out of the box.
>> ector.html
>> eb_inspector.html
>> 4. I think we decided to favor stack overflow over google groups
>> 5. s/you simulator the accelerometer to test shake events/you simulate the
>> accelerometer to test shake events/
>> — this last one means you should introduce the document to WinWord and ask
>> it for an opinion :).

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