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From Martin Heidegger ...@leichtgewicht.at>
Subject Re: Creating Working Groups [Was: Apache Flex suggestion - dumping SWF support in favor of HTML5 - listen to Steve]
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 10:46:03 GMT
Hello Joao,

good thinking! I am already trying to write up my proposal for the wiki. 
Uhm: Do I need to be PPMC member to work on something?

yours
Martin

On 06/02/2012 19:17, João Saleiro wrote:
>
> On 06-02-2012 09:54, David Arno wrote:
>> I struggle with this philosophy. The idea of spending time writing 
>> code to
>> then find out whether people like the idea is very alien to me.
>
> I would suggest the creation "working groups" attached to different 
> initiatives related to Apache Flex. I'm sure yet how much how like 
> this idea, but considering how big the SDK is, the amount of teamwork 
> and cooperation needed, and the big number of different initiatives 
> that will appear (some complementing each other, others completely 
> disruptive), I would suggest we could arrange a solution that would 
> help us organize better - creating a working group per initiative 
> could help.
> What do I mean by an initiaive? (Fictional) Examples: (1) building the 
> next minor version of the SDK (2) building the next major version of 
> the SDK/adding framework-level DI (3) building from scratch a new 
> simpler SDK meant for exporting to javascript (4) implementing missing 
> Spark components (5) creating a Spark Scheduling framework (6) [....]
>
> Existing initiatives would be listed in a page on the wiki ("Currently 
> we're working on:") and each one would have:
>
> (1) a wiki section used by that working group to document progress, 
> specifications, etc
> (2) a list of the people that are/were involved in that initiative
> (3) an area in the whiteboard for sharing code that would be imported 
> to the trunk after accepted
> (4) a specific subject [TAG] so it could help everyone organizing the 
> Mailing List in topics. Another option would be a different Mailing 
> List for each initiative - it would reduce the S/N level but then it 
> wouldn't enable coordination between initiatives
>
> Also, while we wait to have everything in our side, I think we could 
> be doing some progress in:
>
> (1) completing the missing Spark components (Carol, could you share 
> them in the whiteboard?)
> (2) doing some research on what would be needed to create a version of 
> the SDK meant for cross-compiling to JS. In other words, creating a 
> checklist what would and wouldn't work, what are the risks, what 
> features of HTML could we take advantage of, how could we change Spark 
> architecture so it was optimized for HTML, what to do with embedded 
> assets, etc
>
> Just my two cents.
>
> João Saleiro
>
>


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