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From Arnoud Bos <arn...@artim-interactive.nl>
Subject Re: Have Adobe ever published a list of what they are giving to Apache?
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2012 13:17:25 GMT

On 13-01-2012, at 08:07, Alex Harui wrote:

> 
> 
> 
> On 1/12/12 10:07 PM, "Stephane Beladaci" <adobeflexengineer@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> 
>> I did not know Adobe Flex will continue to be available, do we know
>> for how long and what is the purpose of Adobe keeping Adobe Flex
>> around? I am sure the people in charge of the Adobe Flex page will be
>> supportive and I do not mind dealing with a temporary confusion as
>> long as that confusion as a time expiration and is not motivated by
>> weird corporate agenda. I would definitely be more confortable about
>> it if I knew more about the reasons Adobe keeps the product.
> Because Adobe wants to support its enterprise customers as best as possible
> in the current environment.  These customers have spent significant money on
> support contracts and Adobe will currently only certify and support code it
> has built and tested itself.
> 
> Plus, Adobe just released 4.6.  It wouldn't make sense to pull it off the
> market, especially without an Apache release to even compare it to.
> 
> The Apache Flex project will not be successful unless the releases are of
> high enough quality that those customers are willing to move to it.  Let's
> make it happen.
> 

+1

Key to success is a few backwards compatible releases which include the missing Spark
components and bugfixes. That is the big incentive to move to a new SDK for me.

What also could help is with each release include a list of bugs fixed which is prominent
on the website. I always find those hard to find with current adobe software releases (if
even available).
For me that is always an incentive to update software.

Biggest challenge is IMHO how we could deal with RSL / Framework caching. 

> -- 
> Alex Harui
> Flex SDK Team
> Adobe Systems, Inc.
> http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui
> 

Met vriendelijke groet,

Arnoud Bos
Artim interactive
T +31 6 246 40 216
E arnoud@artim-interactive.nl




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