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From Nicholas Kwiatkowski <nicho...@spoon.as>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] New website content
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2012 13:53:20 GMT
Flex is for applications, not full websites.  HTML is the way to go.

We may want to wait for Tomasz's design next week.  I'm sure it will give
us a great head-start with the entire thing.

Sharing via GitHub would make sense.  Based on the stuff in GitHub, I can
put stuff on our staging server, so we can see how it works with our CMS.

-Nick Kwiatkowski
 Apache Flex PPMC Member
 quetwo@apache.org

On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 9:26 PM, Ashish Desai <ashish.desai@zootar.com>wrote:

> Based on the prototype that Tomasz had created, I have already started
> working on the web page creation.
>
> Need some inputs on following:
> Should i build it in flex or HTML and JS?
> How can i share the work i have done with the DEV team as i don't have
> committing rights yet?
>
> Ashish Desai
> ashish.desai@zootar.com
>
>
>
> On Jun 28, 2012, at 4:09 AM, Tomasz Maciąg | Fuse Collective wrote:
>
> >> Open@Adobe content should be under Creative-Commons (CC_BY_SA) so I
> think
> >> you don't have to worry to much about copying text.
> > I think Nicholas was referring to Adobe website not open@adobe. Sadly
> there isn't much at http://sourceforge.net/adobe/flexsdk/ which we could
> (beside about text)
> >
> >> I wonder if we can grab an old features list from the old Flex SDK page
> on
> >> Adobe's site.  Not the text, but at least the highlighted features...
> > There are a lot of stuff we could use so this was my initial idea. I've
> already asked Alex about possibility of using content form Adobe site and
> it seems to be not an easy task and it would require some effort.
> > I think for now we'll start with what we have right now and we can
> always add new pages later on. I'll try to compile some texts about
> features because IMO this is must have on start.
> >
> > --
> > Tomasz Maciąg
> > Fuse Collective
> > www.fusecollective.com
> >
>
>

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