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From "Dakota Jack" <dakota.j...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Does Struts really need two frameworks? (long)
Date Thu, 22 Jun 2006 10:41:49 GMT
It would be impossible to pull off.  Since Struts and JSF are inherently
incompatible, there would be a my way or I will run away from home from
Craig and an unwillingness of the Struts community to quit a true controller
based framework.  There is no way to make this marriage work.

On 6/21/06, Patrick Lightbody <forum-struts-dev@opensymphony.com> wrote:
>
> My quick thoughts: I think realistically either of the following two
> outcomes are positive developments for everyone:
>
> 1) We move in the direction of "Struts 2.0", which houses all SAF2 and
> Shale and get back for it being OK for folks to say, "I use Struts". We've
> all said we want to work together closer, but it's just talk until we take
> action to do so. This strategy, as proposed by Don in this thread, would be
> the first step in taking action.
>
> 2) Shale becomes a TLP. We continue to share code and ideas where it makes
> sense, but that is entirely optional. This is effectively what we have now,
> except that it would be formalized.
>
> I would prefer option #1, but I know it could be hard to pull off. Either
> way, both are good routes to go down and would be healthy for the community.
>
> Patrick
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"You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it float on its back."
~Dakota Jack~

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