|Re: WTP Architecture Group -- Request for Information [message #202824 is a reply to message #202815]
||Mon, 22 October 2007 19:47
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com|
I'm very encouraged to see this note. Thanks for listening to the
Cameron Bateman wrote:
> In the WTP Architecture Group, we are trying to catalog all
> outstanding packaging issues in WTP. This includes all known issues
> and bugs that have been documented against components that relate to
> the way components are bundled.
> More specifically, we are looking for known issues related to:
> 1) Components being bundled in such a way that users/adopters are
> forced to use a dependency that they do not want or think they need.
> For example, to use plugin X you must use plugin Y, but the
> dependencies in plugin Y are rarely or never needed to actually use
> needed functionality in plugin X.
> 2) Functionality requiring the use of dependencies that users/adopters
> don't want. For example, there are a number of features in JSF tools
> that require a dynamic web project facet, however we have had several
> requests from people to use these features in only a Java
> natured/faceted project.
> Please send pointers to these use cases (preferably as Bugzilla
> entries) to me (cameron dot bateman at oracle.com) and I will catalog
> and publish them on the WTP architecture wiki.
> The catalog will be used by the architecture group to drive the
> creation of proposals for how WTP components may be rebundled and/or
> refactored to maximize their use by users/adopters who may not wish to
> adopt the entire WTP component set.
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