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From Mikkel Bang <facebookman...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Status of Flex Charts?
Date Thu, 15 Mar 2012 23:42:01 GMT
Bless you Doug, man I'm glad I'm in the right place!

I'll just go ahead and publish my annual reports with the old Flex and hope
that things will have changed next year.

I'll try to come up with new ideas as I go along but I doubt my skills will
suffice for the challenging times ahead!

Thank y'all so much!


2012/3/15 Doug McCune <doug@dougmccune.com>

> But in terms of what he is asking I *think* the answer is basically: don't
> assume Adobe will fix any bugs in the existing Flex charting code. Any
> fixes for charting will eventually get done (if they get done at all) by
> Apache Flex. Apache Flex is not yet ready to make any progress on bug fixes
> like that until the existing Adobe bugbase gets imported. So right now
> we're basically in a limbo state, since we can't get Adobe to do bug fixes,
> and nobody in Apache Flex will do bugfixes until some of thee
> infrastructure tasks are complete. So to Mikkel: this is the right place to
> try to get those bugs fixed, but this is not yet the right time.
> So unfortunately the best answer is: wait and check back, and then once
> more progress is made with Apache Flex you can try to get a committer to
> address some of the issues with charting that you have, or you can submit a
> patch yourself if you want to get your hands dirty and fix things.

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