|Re: [mojarra-dev] Mojarra.Next|
Hi,I wasn't even aware there was a Mojarra list already on Eclipse. Thanks for BCC'ing me!
I've seen your refactorings these days. Good work! How much work is still pending on that subject?
When talking about a fork, do you plan it ti be a real temporary fork with regular releases that could be used by vendors? Or just a place for true experiments? We must keep in mind that the donation process might take a lot of time. Is somebody still allowed to do Mojarra releases implementing new features?
Talking about experimental features, what are your ideas for the next steps? I suppose you still have big plans for simplifying component creation.
BootsFaces has a cool AJAX integration that in my opinion is much more natural than the current <f:ajax /> approach (https://showcase.bootsfaces.n
et/forms/ajax.jsf). That's one of the main features I'd like to experiment with.
Regards,Guillermo González de AgüeroEl lun., 8 ene. 2018 19:16, arjan tijms <arjan.tijms@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:Hi everyone,I'm not sure how many people are already subscribed to the Mojarra dev mailing list at Eclipse, but let's start with writing a first message here ;)While the transfer from Oracle to Eclipse is still in progress, it might be a good idea to start discussing some ideas for the next version of Mojarra here. Since the release of 2.3, I've been personally working on a refactoring in the master over at https://github.com/javaserv
erfaces/mojarraBefore long I'd like be looking at creating a fork to experiment with some potential new features for JSF.Next, which can then later be donated to the JSF spec.Thoughts?
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