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Re: tapestry plans - absolutely newbie question

Subject: Re: tapestry plans - absolutely newbie question
From: Alexandru Popescu
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 19:57:30 +0200
#: by The Chris Method's words the mind was *winged* :#
> There's this wiki page:
> http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-tapestry/Tapestry4
> Does that help?

Thanks Chris. It helps in the measure it presents some infos about the changes 
between 3.x and 4.x
at higher levels. But the most `ardent´ info I need is a schedule/plan (even in 
the form: we expect
to come out with the version end of july - beggining of august, if nothing bad 
happens meanwhile)

:alex |.::the_mindstorm::.|

> On 6/15/05, Alexandru Popescu <[email protected]> wrote:
>> Hi!
>> I am an `absolutely´ newbie to the Tapestry community (the 1st chapters of 
>> the book reader newbie
>> :-)), but I've been planning for this for quite a while.
>> I am trying to figure out and finally to drive some prototype using 
>> Tapestry for the next
>> application I am planning. As far as i could understand the changes 
>> planned to come with the 4.0
>> version are important (by the way is there a place where I can find a new 
>> features list for the
>> coming 4.0? or should I go through JIRA features?).
>> I have searched the ML, but couldn't find the exact answer for my main 
>> question. Is there a good
>> plan for the 4.0 release? I've seen a 4.0-beta voting, and I would be 
>> interested in finding out if
>> there is a schedule for the final 4.0. (asking google about this revealed 
>> a HLS's post saying that
>> 4.0 will be out and afterwards with a tight schedule the 4.1 => why a so 
>> soon 4.1?).
>> thanks in advance,
>> :alex |.::the_mindstorm::.|
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