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RE: [dsdp-ercp-dev] Re: eRCP in OSGi standardization


Thanks for the background. Certainly the recent expressions of support have
been a major improvement.

Mike Milinkovich
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: gorkem.ercan@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:gorkem.ercan@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
> Of Gorkem Ercan
> Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 5:55 AM
> To: Mike Milinkovich
> Cc: DSDP ercp list
> Subject: Fwd: [dsdp-ercp-dev] Re: eRCP in OSGi standardization
> Mike,
> I think I can explain the initial silence in the mailing list. We had
> the major part of the eRCP community ready at eclipsecon and we had a
> meeting where we have exchanged the ideas on the standardization
> issue. They were mistaken by that meeting since I was aware of their
> support they did not need to respond. I think I should take the blame
> on that initial silence, I guess I did not communicate the purpose
> very clearly with the community.
> It is fair to say that eRCP community is interested enough in the OSGi
> standardization of the technology they have worked so hard to create.
> The companies that provide most of the committers for the eRCP project
> have expressed their interest and commitment and also the major
> adopters of the platform have indicated their interest and the need.
> --
> Gorkem
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Jones, John M [DEV] <John.M.Jones@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 12:13 AM
> Subject: [dsdp-ercp-dev] Re: eRCP in OSGi standardization
> To: "dsdp-ercp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx" <dsdp-ercp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> All,
> As you probably are aware Sprint recently announced our Titan Platform
> which is our new Java platform leveraging the OSGi framework. One of
> the critical components to the success and adoptability of this
> platform is the inclusion of eRCP as an application UI Model.
> Standardizing eRCP would have great benefits to the developer
> community by providing API specs with greater implementation details
> than Java docs as well as providing as consistent an implementation as
> possible.
> Sprint is working aggressively on a commercial release of the Titan
> Platform and having standardized eRCP APIs on the roadmap for our
> developer community would be valuable.
> Thanks,
> John Jones
> Sprint Nextel
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