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From Werner Keil <>
Subject Re:
Date Thu, 01 Jan 2015 16:48:37 GMT
Well, it's just a fact, the W3C Simple implementation shall be released as
1.0 according to a discussion we had a long time ago.

It's been around and stable almost ever since OpenDDR donated it and that
has not changed.
The only reason it was not released was an incompatible change (bug) you
slipped into a Data release 1.x where packages of builders were named
This was fixed with 1.0,1, thus nothing prevents a release of the DDR

There is no rift, we have a .NET client (which is barely maintained, but
that's another issue) and a new direction which allows more flexibility in
the "Cloud", e.g. retrrieving device data from various sources. That's
something W3C did not consider important, so the location of the data
source has to be fixed, that's the only real drawback of the W3C DDR
implementation. It could only be fixed in the W3C code we don't own;-)

I trust the PMC is wise enough to release the W3C DDR implementation,
because not only examples depend on it. And it provides functionality and
recognition power the "New Cloud" client will not get until V 2.0 as you
also said. It does not matter if that happens in JIRA or the mailing list,
JIRA is also transparent and allows us to see what's been done;)


On Thu, Jan 1, 2015 at 5:39 PM, Reza Naghibi <
> wrote:

> So I don't want to have discussions in JIRA, so Werner, can you please
> elaborate on your last point in this thread:
> "Indicates, while not in direct competition, the "older" W3C one is a bit
> more mature and stable."
> The reason im asking you to elaborate is because as a PMC member, I would
> like to better understand your thoughts on this project, its mission
> statement, and where we are going with our data and API development.
> Im concerned because you seem to be building a rift in this project in
> regard to old API vs new API. This is not going to be good for the health
> of the project so this is an attempt to better understand your views and
> feeling towards the project and the direction we are going in. This is
> important because you are someone who actively promotes and markets this
> project.

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