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From "Renaud Denis" <>
Subject Roadmap?
Date Wed, 07 Feb 2007 16:56:29 GMT
Hi !


My company is currently investigating at a JSF components library,
usable in the next few weeks. Apache Trinidad looks great, and I'm sure
(regarding ADF Faces) that we can expect it to be mature enough before
our first JSF application will be ready for production (about 5 month
from now).


But there are still a lot of questions, especially about the API
stability and about your first official release. Apache Trinidad is
still in the incubator phase, and no roadmap is still defined for the
next Trinidad milestones


On the other part, there are also very good products like, e.g.,
ICEFaces, NetAdvantage, Quipukit or Backbase (short-list is still not


What can we expect in the next few weeks about Trinidad?

Are you planning to do a lot of work before releasing the first stable

Are you planning to release a skin/renderkit other than the default one
(which doesn't demonstrate the real potential of Trinidad)? --------------------------------------------------------

Renaud Denis ( )

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