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From Omar Gonzalez <s9tpep...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [OT] What are we doing here?
Date Mon, 12 Mar 2012 22:59:30 GMT
On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 3:43 PM, Daniel Reicher <danreicher@gmail.com>wrote:

> Okay, let me clarify a few things.
>
>  How does not allowing any commits to the trunk until Adobe is
> all done fit into "the Apache way"?
>

It has nothing to do with "the Apache way" and everything to do with the
amount of time it takes to import large dumps of SVN history. We are not
committing to trunk until all of Adobe's code is contributed to diminish
the possibilities of the SVN import failing because of conflicts or any
other problems that may arise. We do not have access to importing SVN
history, this has to go through Apache Infrastructure, and so we hope to
minimize the amount of back and forth that we have to do with Apache Infra
by not committing things to trunk that could potentially cause issues. The
safest way is to just not commit things there and use the patches branch
that we currently have things that have been put into it.


>
> Tink's layouts have been around forever, been used by quite a bit of the
> Flex community and, I feel, fill a need in the SDK but remain in his
> whiteboard. Why?
>

Because Mustella is still under review, and hopefully in the repository
soon. Without Mustella we have no way of testing changes that are done and
integrating new components. Before any new components are added we want to
make a release that is identical to the donation from Adobe and as close to
Flex 4.6 as it possibly can be so we can a.) learn the deployment process
and b.) graduate from the incubator.




-- 
Omar Gonzalez
s9tpepper@apache.org

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