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From Raju Bitter <rajubit...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: my suggestions
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2012 15:39:47 GMT
> This project should not, in my opinion, focus on the actual runtime except for the very
specific cases
> were it is absolutely necessary. I say that we deal with issues regarding runtime and
language when
> they appear letting the community decide how to best deal with them.
Don't really agree with you here. Even Adobe started investigating
JavaScript generation out of ActionScript code. If the creator of
Flex, ActionScript and Flash investigate cross-compilation of
ActionScript to JavaScript, why should Apache Flex ignore that

I see one of the chances of an Apache Flex versus Adobe Flex that the
community can drive the project into a direction, where an HTML5 based
runtime for Flex will be created. If you'd rather see that as a
separate project next to Flex (e.g. Apache Falcon), that's of course
an option.

Is there any legally binding agreement between Apache Flex and Adobe
that the company will always provide a runtime environment for Flash
for the next 3-5 years? If not, Adobe can at any time pull the plug on
- let's say - desktop browser Flash Player, and only offer AIR/mobile
App generation out of ActionScript.

Just my thoughts, I'm aware of the fact that quite a few people will not agree.

- Raju

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