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Subject [Tapestry Wiki] Update of "BoardReportOctober2007" by HowardLewisShip
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2007 15:53:52 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/tapestry/BoardReportOctober2007

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  == Tapestry 4.1 ==
  
- Tapestry 4.1 has continued to stabilize and evolve, with new 4.1.3 release now available.
 The upcoming 4.1.4 release should continue to provide more bug fixes / performance improvements
/ new components and javascript based widgets.  
+ Tapestry 4.1 has continued to stabilize and evolve, with new 4.1.3 release now available.
 The upcoming 4.1.4 release should continue to provide more bug fixes / performance improvements
/ new components and !JavaScript based widgets.  
  
- It is expected that Tapestry 4 development will continue for some time but mostly be concentrated
around minor improvements and bug fixes - until more of the core T4 developers have had time
to transition over to Tapestry 5.  (the Ajax features being finalized will probably help this
process)
+ It is expected that Tapestry 4 development will continue for some time but mostly be concentrated
around minor improvements and bug fixes - until more of the core T4 developers have had time
to transition over to Tapestry 5.  The Tapestry 5 Ajax features being finalized will
+ accelerate this process.
  
  ==== OGNL ====
  
  The OGNL release cycle has now more or less started to mirror the Tapestry 4 release cycle,
 so the same sorts of things have been happening there as in Tapestry 4.  Tons of bug fixes
/ performance improvements and the addition of java 5 support (besides one varargs bug) have
also silently made their way in to the last 2.7.1 release of OGNL. 
  
- It was suggested on the Struts dev list a while back that it might be nice to have OGNL
moved in to the ASF to make it easier for more project devs to participate in its development.
 I (jesse) suggested that the decision would have to be made by the owners of opensymphony
but also liked the idea.  Not sure what - if any - other interest there is in getting it in
to the ASF but it looks like it's(the idea of moving to Apache) dead in the water unless someone
else more motivated speaks up.
+ It was suggested on the Struts dev list a while back that it might be nice to have OGNL
moved in to the ASF to make it easier for more project developers to participate.  It was
suggested that the decision would have to be made by the controllers of !OpenSymphony (who
currently store
+ the source), but the idea has merit.  Not sure what - if any - other interest there is in
moving OGNL into the ASF, so it looks like that concept is dead in the water unless someone
else more motivated speaks up.
  
  
- ==== Javascript ====
+ ==== JavaScript ====
  
- Several changes on the way javascript is used by Tapestry have been made. These allow users
to integrate their preferred javascript/ajax library in place of the one provided (dojo).
+ Several changes on the way !JavaScript is used by Tapestry have been made. These allow users
to integrate their preferred !JavaScript/Ajax library in place of the one provided (Dojo Toolkit).
  
  == Tapestry 5 ==
  
@@ -30, +32 @@

  
  == New Snapshot build / documentation process ==
  
- Nightly builds (via a Maven snapshot repository) and documentation (at http://tapestry.formos.com/nightly/tapestry5)
are now available for Tapestry 5.  It is expected that Tapestry 4 will also eventually use
this resource to publish snapshot versions of both software and documentation to keep the
core Apache site static and in line with the latest stable releases.
+ Nightly builds (via a Maven snapshot repository) and documentation (at http://tapestry.formos.com/nightly/tapestry5)
are now available for Tapestry 5.  The goal here is to publish snapshot versions of both software
and documentation, so as 
+ to keep the main Apache site consistent with the latest stable releases -- this was getting
to be a problem, with documentation on the main web site "ahead" of the latest non-snapshot
releases. 
  
+ It is expected that Tapestry 4 will also eventually use this resource as well.
+ 

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