ngalarneau at ABINITIO.COM ngalarneau at ABINITIO.COM
Wed Mar 19 18:51:35 UTC 2014

Congratulations and Thank You to all of the JavaFX folks!

Richard, in one of your Java One talks you spoke about opening up the 
OpenJFX project further.

Will there be discussions on the list as to what is coming next?



From:   Richard Bair <richard.bair at>
To:     Felix Bembrick <felix.bembrick at>
Cc:     "openjfx-dev at Mailing" 
<openjfx-dev at>
Date:   03/19/2014 02:46 PM
Subject:        Re: Congratulations
Sent by:        "openjfx-dev" <openjfx-dev-bounces at>

> So yes, a big THANK YOU to Richard and his team and everyone at Oracle 
> all the other individuals and 3rd parties who have contributed to 
> JavaFX (and Java) to where it is today.
> You guys/gals should be really proud :-)

I agree, congrats to all the folks inside and outside Oracle that have 
been making tremendous contributions to JavaFX! A special thanks to Steve 
for really pushing OpenJFX as a real open source project with an open 
development process. We really want to work with the community on this 
project on an equal footing. We’ve had tons of valuable contributions in 
the form of bug fixes, blog posts, technical discussions, and patches. 
Keep up the great work! 8u20 has a big pile of bug fixes, so please do 
kick the tires on that one. Lots of great work going on in terms of 
Accessibility right now, also embedded work and as always performance 
work. Scene Builder is healthy and active, we’d love to see it embedded in 
all the IDEs and direct contributions from the community to Scene Builder 
would be fantastic. A big thanks to the porters brining JavaFX to 
Android/iOS and other platforms! Looking forward to 8u20 and Java 9!


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