[Papervision3D] Papervision and moving forward
john at infrared5.com
Fri Oct 2 08:23:47 PDT 2009
Thanks Xero, we really appreciate you being out here with us for so long ;)
any examples that you guys are willing to maintain are welcome. As to where
we put them, like on the wiki or in SVN, that's probably going to change.
We haven't discussed it yet, but I've been meaning to bring up that we need
to just have a certain number of basic examples in SVN that cover basics.
And then possibly include a txt file with links to the wiki, blog, other
people's blogs that post examples so that the community can manage them
where they're comfortable with doing so
On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 10:17 AM, xero <xero.nu at gmail.com> wrote:
> well john,
> that might not be what we all wanted to hear,
> but it is what we NEEDED to hear. thanx for
> always being so strate forward and open. and,
> of course, thanx for making the engine so awesome
> and helping to push the limits of the web.
> i am intrested in helping out.
> i have a bunch of examples im working on
> creating identical versions of for flash,
> flex (mxml), and pure as3. showing the
> community how there's more then one way
> to do the same thing. and you can choose
> any option you want to achieve the same
> goal. i hope i might be able to submit them
> to the examples folders on the svn. we can
> talk about this more off list.
> thanx guys!
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: John Grden <john at infrared5.com>
>> To: "papervision3d at osflash.org" <Papervision3D at osflash.org>
>> Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2009 09:28:43 -0500
>> Subject: [Papervision3D] Papervision and moving forward
>> Hey all, there was another thread this morning asking about where we're at
>> and I wanted to take a moment to update you. Carlos was going to blog
>> about, and I'm sure he still is planning on that, but I'll give you the
>> short answers real quick.
>> We've decided, along with Ralph, that we're going to start over on a F10
>> version of PV3D and that the X engine Ralph had put so many hours into would
>> go with him. So, for now, we've called it Papervision 3.0 internally, and I
>> think anyone should refer to it as such from now on as we'll immediately
>> know what you're talking about ;) That might change when we get to final
>> release, but it seems to make sense right now.
>> The team is returning to it's original way of handling the project in
>> terms of openness and getting the community involved. We started out this
>> way, and its an effective way to keep moral high and momentum going
>> forward. Red5's been very successful for many years now because of the same
>> So, our immediate task is to maintain a healthy 2.1 while we're moving
>> forward on 3.0. We are actively putting together a plan for 3.0 right now
>> as well as reaching out to people in the community who would like to get
>> involved. We still have the same core members on the team as well, so it's
>> a matter of planning, assigning, execution and community help when our
>> plates are too full or we just need someone else's brain on a task that can
>> do it well.
>> That's about it I guess. In a nut shell, we're doing fine, moving forward
>> and we'll try to be as transparent about it as we can along the way.
>> Thanks for your patience and help,
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