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From dude <d...@atheist.com>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Swiz Framework Donation to Apache Flex
Date Tue, 28 May 2013 15:33:06 GMT
Good luck, but I'd rather see Parsley integrated into Apache Flex.

Am 28.05.2013 16:52, schrieb Carlos Rovira:
> Hi,
> I want to propose the donation of Swiz Framework to Apache Flex.
> https://github.com/swiz/swiz-framework/
> https://swizframework.jira.com/wiki/display/SWIZ/Home
> The reasons behind the propossal are:
> * Swiz Framework is a mature microarquitecure for Apache Flex that
> complements it to build applications with MVC, DI and other commodities
> needed today to be productive. (There's other frameworks out there that
> could be used along Flex like RobotLegs, Parsley, ....)
> * Swiz is not updated anymore since people behind it migrated from Flex
> platform to HTML5 technologies and does not want to invest more time.
> * Swiz stopped development in 2.0.0 beta that brings AOP to Flex Framework.
> The problem with this implementation is that is not ready for producction
> since it needs changes in Flex Compiler and in AS3 Commons ByteCode to get
> it work properly.
> Chris Scott, the creator of swiz respond on the list some minutes ago and
> he approved the Swiz Framework Donation to Apache Flex.
> If people doesn't have any issues with this donation I'll go through the
> steps that, will require for actual production version. Taking into account
> that * Swiz Framework already has Apache License 2.0, the steps to get
> donation done should be only:
> * Get Chris Scott email accepting the donation of the swiz source code and
> wiki content.
> * I'll request a "flex-swiz-framework" git repo where we can migrate the
> source code.
> In a second round, Chris will want to donate 2.0.0 Beta and we can disscuss
> changes to Flex compiler and talk with as3commons to know enhancements to
> bytecode project and see if it's viable or not.
> Let me know what do you think about it and If I need to take into account
> something else.
> Thanks.
> Carlos Rovira

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