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From Carlos Velasco <carlos.velasco.bla...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [OT] Thinking about improving the FLEX product.
Date Thu, 26 Feb 2015 08:56:03 GMT
The idea is getting companies still interested on making money from
development of flex products involved in committing a regular fee to get 4
parallel software development teams working on the FLEX ecosystem to give
them back tools and support that guarantee the evolution.

In the end, it is investing on having better tools and better base support
that by the time could make their own clients feel more secure when buying
FLEX based solutions.

Of course it is needed a foundation infrastructure or so in order to get
the things working. It could also be created as a club of FLEX supporters
companies too, but making it a foundation lets the improvements for
everyone using the techonlogy, which I think is the core idea.

2015-02-26 5:37 GMT-03:00 piotrz <piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com>:

> Hi Carlos,
> Your thoughts is something what is in my mind for a long time. I would give
> a lot to have opportunity to work in a full time as an developer on Apache
> Flex project.
> But to order to create Team which support Apache Flex project you have to
> convince people who own his own companies to invest money on this. - I
> think
> this would be the issue.
> My bosses are really great and open minded people and they invest a lot of
> money to Flex apps, a lot of apps have been created by my company, but they
> moving to HTML and I doubt whether I could say to them. - Hey it's ok Move
> to HTML, but could you still invest some money to Flex ?
> I'm with you if we are talking about hiring on a full time and development.
> :)
> Piotr
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