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From Sebastian Mohr <masul...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Non-core code, contrib and samples (was: Goal for Flex: Strengthening large-scale Flex applications...)
Date Sun, 15 Jan 2012 10:53:03 GMT
For the moment, I doubt that it is time- and cost-effective 
build large-scale Flex apps (e.g. more then 250 MXML files) 
without the use of third-party Microarchitectures. Therefore, 
I would only contribute code which shows the usage with 
Microarchitectures. And when a Microarchitecture needs to 
be updated then the community needs to take the time to 
update their code to the latest Microarchitecture version.

If there would be a gathering of another team which could 
prove that building large-scale Flex apps is affordable, too, 
then, I also would be happy to see their code in the Apache 
Flex "samples" folder.

-- Sebastian

On Jan 15, 2012, at 11:29 AM, Peter Elst wrote:

>> Would there be any legal issues when using
>> third party Opensource libraries in these Apache
>> Flex code examples?
>> Here are some Opensource-Microarchitectures
> Can't speak to any legal issues but personally I'd prefer generic plain
> vanilla Flex code examples rather than examples of various
> microarchitectures, trying to keep those in sync as they change and ending
> up with more support questions about the third party implementations than
> the actual Flex SDK.
> - Peter

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