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From "Sebb (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (POLYGENE-273) Incorrect replacement by Zest/Polygene
Date Sun, 13 Aug 2017 11:51:01 GMT

     [ https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/POLYGENE-273?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel
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Sebb updated POLYGENE-273:
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    Description: 
It looks like all references to Qi4j were replaced by Zest and then by Polygene.

However that makes a nonsense of historical references, for example in [1] it now says:

{code}
When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor me :p)
called Apache Polygene™, written by Swedish Richard Öberg
{code}

On the Zest site it used to say:

{code}
When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor me :p)
called Zest™ (that’s chee for jay), written by Swedish Richard Öberg
{code}

Presumably it was originally

{code}
When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor me :p)
called Qi4j (that’s chee for jay), written by Swedish Richard Öberg
{code}

There are other places where Polygene should still read Qi4j. e.g. the same page has:

bq. As the Zest™ website proclaims

BTW, "written by Swedish" does not read well; perhaps put "written by the Swede" or "written
by the Swedish writer|computer scientist|whatever" 

  was:
It looks like all references to Qi4j were replaced by Zest and then by Polygene.

However that makes a nonsense of historical references, for example in [1] it now says:

{code}
When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor me :p)
called Apache Polygene™, written by Swedish Richard Öberg
(code}

On the Zest site it used to say:

{code}
When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor me :p)
called Zest™ (that’s chee for jay), written by Swedish Richard Öberg,
{code}

Presumably it was originally

{code}
When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor me :p)
called Qi4j (that’s chee for jay), written by Swedish Richard Öberg,
{code}

There may be other places where Polygene should still read Qi4j.

BTW, "written by Swedish" does not read well; perhaps put "written by the Swede" or "written
by the Swedish writer|computer scientist|whatever" 


> Incorrect replacement by Zest/Polygene
> --------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: POLYGENE-273
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/POLYGENE-273
>             Project: Polygene
>          Issue Type: Bug
>         Environment: [1] https://polygene.apache.org/java/latest/what-is-cop.html
>            Reporter: Sebb
>
> It looks like all references to Qi4j were replaced by Zest and then by Polygene.
> However that makes a nonsense of historical references, for example in [1] it now says:
> {code}
> When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor
me :p) called Apache Polygene™, written by Swedish Richard Öberg
> {code}
> On the Zest site it used to say:
> {code}
> When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor
me :p) called Zest™ (that’s chee for jay), written by Swedish Richard Öberg
> {code}
> Presumably it was originally
> {code}
> When I was doing my research for just that, I came cross a Java framework (just humor
me :p) called Qi4j (that’s chee for jay), written by Swedish Richard Öberg
> {code}
> There are other places where Polygene should still read Qi4j. e.g. the same page has:
> bq. As the Zest™ website proclaims
> BTW, "written by Swedish" does not read well; perhaps put "written by the Swede" or "written
by the Swedish writer|computer scientist|whatever" 



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