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From "Gurkan Erdogdu" <cgurkanerdo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Champion needed for Incubator proposal
Date Fri, 21 Nov 2008 07:23:58 GMT
Hey Pivot Team;

I examined your project for getting more information, its great, screens
look beautiful. Moreover, I asked some question to myself about the
technology you are using, some of them are below;

I admission that I just overpassed the document, so maybe I am wrong and
question maybe meaningless.

- Why you created own set of widgets using Java2D instead of using core Java
Swing component set?
- What is the difference between JavaFX  usage on the client side and Pivot?
Why the people uses Pivot? It is usage easier than JavaFX, or runtime
performance?
- Do you have any plan for creating Html/JavaScript/CSS rendering? Because
there were lots of problems that the people avoided the use of applets in
the browser.

Thanks ;

Gurkan Erdogdu
gurkanerdogdu@blogspot.com

2008/11/19 Greg Brown <gkbrown@mac.com>

> Hello all,
>
> The Pivot development team would like to submit the Pivot Toolkit for
> consideration as an Apache Incubator project. Pivot is an open-source
> platform for building rich internet applications in Java. The project is
> currently hosted at http://pivot-toolkit.org/ with development hosted at
> http://code.google.com/p/pivot/. We have recently released version 1.0 and
> are actively working on version 1.1.
>
> According to the proposal creation guide, the first step in submitting a
> project is to recruit a champion. If you would be willing to act as a
> champion on Pivot's behalf, please let us know.
>
> Thank you for your consideration.
>
> Greg Brown and Todd Volkert, Pivot Toolkit
>
>
>
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