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From Jordi Fernández <jordi.fernan...@esilog.com>
Subject Re: XWork maven-shade-plugin configuation
Date Tue, 01 Feb 2011 23:49:59 GMT
I agree. This is a discussion needed to determine short-, medium and
long term goals. If we agree priorities can be more effective at the
time we spend. Right now my colleague Albert and I are still working
on improving and expanding the capabilities of the REST plugin to easy
the creation of hypermedia driven applications. Honestly, I think this
is a crucial point if we want struts 2 to stay relevant . But that is
our point of view. Improving documentation is a must as well. How can
we cooridinate efforts effectively?

On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 5:44 PM, Dave Newton <davelnewton@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 11:36 AM, John Lindal wrote:
>
>> Why do you consider its position precarious?  Stability is good in the corp
>> world :)
>>
>
> Precarious in that:
>
> 1) Not huge uptake due to plethora of options--can't reduce the number of
> options, but can make S2 more appealing.
> 2) Some plugins are pretty rusty.
> 3) Docs need some serious gardening and re-org
> 4) Stability is fine; COBOL was stable for a really long time. But with that
> should come innovation and good reasons to stick with it other than inertia.
> 5) I think if the internals were leaner/cleaner it'd be easier to take stock
> of where we're at and tighten things up.
>
> Dave
>

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