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From "Michael Jouravlev" <jmi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Action 1 and 2 as separate projects? (was This has gone too far.)
Date Wed, 26 Apr 2006 16:32:37 GMT
On 4/26/06, Don Brown <mrdon@twdata.org> wrote:
> A few weeks ago, my reaction would have definitely been no, Struts
> Action is the project and there are two versions.  However, as Action 2
> has moved along, and we've migrated resources like the wiki, jira, and
> Action 1 to Maven 2, I'm starting if you might not be on to something.
> Just from an SVN and JIRA perspective, it is much more natural to treat
> them as two different projects, and I'd argue from a user and website
> perspective as well.

Duh!

On 4/26/06, Frank W. Zammetti <fzlists@omnytex.com> wrote:
> To be more concrete... on the web site, we have a Frameworks section,
> currently listing Action Framework and Shale Framework.  What I would like
> to see is three: Action1 Framework, Action2 Framework and Shale.  And
> sure, I'll volunteer to do that work, but I would question whether that
> should be done unless and until Action1 is its own official sub-project...
> might it be mixed signals before that time?

I guess no one cares about the simplicity of, say, job search and
validity of results. It would be much simpler for everyone if they
were simply Struts, Webwork and Shale. Do you relly expect employers
to put "Struts Action Framework 2" in their job descriptions?

It would be much easier for Apache visitors to see one larger "Web
Frameworks" section that would cover not only for Struts, Webwork and
Shale, but for Tapestry, Cocoon and whatnot as well.

The above rant does not require a response.

Michael.

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