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From Kevin Menard <kmen...@servprise.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (TAPESTRY-2183) Support Java Portlet Specification V2 - JSR-286
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2008 20:09:25 GMT
Fair enough.  It could just be the way people read it, too.  I agree, saying
we should add feature X because framework Y has it doesn't really add
anything of value and can be annoying.  If a legitimate case is made as to
how feature X could improve Tapestry and framework Y is used as an example
of how others implement it, I'm not overly bothered by that *shrug*.  In
fact, I may be more inclined to add a feature that's been shown to be
successful in the wild than just another wishlist item.  Having said that,
you certainly have much more experience here than me, so I'm not trying to
say anything to diminish the value of your opinion.

-- 
Kevin


On 3/12/08 3:41 PM, "Jesse Kuhnert" <jkuhnert@gmail.com> wrote:

> I think you've misunderstood my beef.
> 
> You could just as easily replace the word "wicket" with "elves" and I
> would be no less annoyed by the implication that this feature - which
> is a very large feature that no current Tapestry developer is likely
> to use anytime soon - is more important because of the fact that elves
> are working on it.
> 
> Combine this annoyance with repeating the exact same reasoning in blog
> comments / user forums / developer lists and jira issues makes it all
> the more annoying.
> 
> On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 1:06 PM, Kevin Menard <kmenard@servprise.com> wrote:
>> Well, I clearly have a different POV, but I don't necessarily think
>>  comparing Tapestry to something else is all that bad.  Every framework has
>>  something that it does better than others.  People see it and naturally want
>>  it their framework of choice.  So long as what they want isn't fundamentally
>>  at odds with how the framework is structured, I don't see that being a
>>  particularly big problem.
>> 
>>  For example, I went to Django land for a little while after T4 and before T5
>>  just to try something new.  Django has some interesting ideas that I would
>>  love to see implemented in Tapestry.  On the whole, however, I don't think
>>  Django even comes close to what Tapestry can provide.  I definitely don't
>>  want to see Tapestry become Django, but there's no reason not to make a good
>>  framework better by using someone else's ideas.
>> 
>>  FWIW, I haven't really gotten drawn into the Wicket / Tapestry debate and
>>  don't know much about it, other than that for whatever reason, one exists.
>>  So, I could very well be looking at the issue naively.
>> 
>>  --
>>  Kevin
>> 
>> <snipped>
> 
> 


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