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From Michael Freedman <michael.freed...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] Release of Apache MyFaces Portlet Bridge 3.0.0-alpha (Portlet Bridge for JSF 2.0)
Date Wed, 02 May 2012 23:30:49 GMT
Kito,
    Progress hasn't gotten too much further then this.  I have 
implemented a reachitected bridge that opens up the internals for 
replacement/overriding that is sitting in a branch pretty much waiting 
for me to get the time to package it for release.  However though having 
a cleaner extensible impl it doesn't push the function any farther into 
providing full 2.0 or 2.1 support than alpha did (though given that the 
alpha release did support ajax and such alot of the important basics are 
already there.)  I did the reachitecture in part to entice the two other 
players in this space (liferay and jboss) to maybe join up with me to 
collaborate/extend/contribute to this work.  However as far as I know 
each has decided to push forward with their own (somewhat)  independent 
work.  In terms of actually doing a JSR for defining the 2.0/2.1 
function I think the odds are pretty low.  The EG participation at the 
end of the 301/329 pretty much dwindled to nothing and I/Oracle would 
need significant help to move this forward at/in a reasonable timeframe.
      -Mike-

On 4/29/2012 9:19 PM, Kito Mann wrote:
> What's the status of the portlet bridge 3.0 project? This alpha 
> release was a year ago...
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> On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 1:31 PM, Michael Freedman 
> <michael.freedman@oracle.com <mailto:michael.freedman@oracle.com>> wrote:
>
>     The Apache MyFaces Portlet Bridge team is pleased to announce the
>     release of Apache MyFaces Portlet Bridge 3.0.0-alpha.  This is the
>     first release of the MyFaces Portlet Bridge supporting JSF 2.0
>     (and 2.1).  Besides doing the obvious upgrades to run within the
>     updated JSF 2.0 APIs, the bridge provides enhanced function from
>     the the JSR 329 bridge (bridge-2.0.0).  It supports JSF 2.0
>     features such as ajax and composite components.
>
>     At the moment this implementation is being provided outside the
>     JSR process.  Because of the delay caused by the work to complete
>     JSR 301 and 329 it was felt that it was better to deliver a
>     functional JSF 2.0 portlet bridge as quickly as possible to the
>     community before looking at starting a new standards effort.
>
>     Use of this version of the bridge is the same as the JSR 329
>     bridge (portlet-bridge-2.0.0).  In fact, it uses the JSR 329 APIs
>     unchanged.
>
>     Apache MyFaces Portlet Bridge 3.0.0-alpha is available in both
>     binary and source distributions:
>
>     * http://myfaces.apache.org/portlet-bridge/3.0/downloads.html
>
>     Apache MyFaces Portlet Bridge is available in the central Maven
>     repository under Group ID "org.apache.myfaces.portlet-bridge".
>
>     Release Notes:
>     https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=12310733&version=12316085
>     <https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=12310733&version=12316085>
>
>
>     Enjoy!
>
>     Michael Freedman
>
>

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