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From JP Bader>
Subject Re: Database support for Adobe AIR
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2012 13:37:03 GMT
@Omar - I agree that that is all you said and I do not wish to put
words into anyone else's mouth.  However the implication of your
message (short, sweet, and to the point) apparently was (or could have
been) misconstrued, and potentially interpreted incorrectly.

@Ariel - Manik's response doesn't mean he up and left, just that Omar
answered his question.

Simply put, there is no roadmap in Apache Flex for AIR.  I was part of
an email thread last week about ANEs, and while I am not sure they
belong in the Apache Flex, I do believe that as another email thread
just started about making a website that would potentially attract
folks to this technology, there was a mention of 3rd party
plugins...If we look at, that's a great
resource that if we could link to, something like Manik's project
would be a marvelous contribution.

@Manik - would you potentially be interested in creating this as an
ANE, and contributing it to that?

The discussions are all valid, but without facial features and vocal
inflections, sometimes the way we is not be the way others read (cc
@Oleg) :)



On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 2:37 AM, Omar Gonzalez <> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 12:25 AM, Ariel Jakobovits <>wrote:
>> But that's ALL you said, and his response was:
>> "Oh ok .. Thanks."
>> And the conversation was over, and he seemingly left. Is that the way we
>> want to treat people coming to hang out and chat about Flex?
> That's all I said because that's all I had to add to that topic. You then
> came in and started suggesting I was defining the scope of Flex and telling
> Manik his comment didn't belong here, both of which I did not say. Its like
> you're putting words into my mouth that I did not type. Anyone else is free
> to add to the topic so I don't see how the "conversation was over". Perhaps
> you're reading far too much into my response, I'm not sure how as it was
> not very long or ambiguous. AIR is an SDK that we do not have control over,
> that was the end of my comment.
> -omar

JP Bader
Zavteq, Inc.
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