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From jude <flexcapaci...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Proposal: Code Example / Application Development Procedure (was: Re: Non-core code, contrib and samples (was: Goal for Flex: Strengthening large-scale Flex applications...))
Date Sat, 21 Jan 2012 15:27:19 GMT
I wanted to create some getting started examples too because it has taken
me a while to understand how to put all the pieces in Flex together. I
think it would be helpful to see examples and would even welcome review and
discussion on it. I think we can and should make it clear that the example
is "...created by the example author and does not reflect the official
position of the Apache Flex project (unless it does)."

What I would like to see. Someone wants to create or contribute an example.
They go to the wiki and write a page on it. If a file attachment is needed
they add it to the contribs/sample folder or whiteboard area or better yet
a whiteboard area in the contribs folder, etc. Then that person posts a
message to the mailing list to let people know about it. It gets reviewed
and or critiqued. At this point they can be done as it might just be a
simple code example. But if they want or someone else wants to they can ask
it be mentioned on the blog. Then a member of the team can request a vote
and if it passes they create the post pointing back to the wiki page.

On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 5:14 PM, Peter Elst <peter.elst@gmail.com> wrote:

> > I am not sure how to structure the code in there
> I guess you can take the lead and decide yourself - can always refactor it
> later if there is consensus that it needs to be different.
> > the flex wiki instance is still not up and running ... and I am also
> > unsure how to structure this wiki.
> >
> Don't think all these things necessarily need to be discussed - my proposal
> would be to just do it, let the list know. Think we're going overboard in
> discussing every detail over actually  getting things done (myself
> included).
> If you have code up and the wiki is not there, start a thread on the list.
> We don't have to have a consensus what list is best for that, people have
> shared their opinion.
> - Peter

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