Jay Love wrote:
> How'd yout meeting go?
Meeting went really well. Looks like I got me a part time job. We haven't laid out the exact technology yet, but I'm guessing it will be Java, which is OK as I will get more first hand experience in that area. It'll be good for my work on Webware.
> I've put the Can stuff back in my local copy, but haven't committed it to CVS. Would you prefer that I not put it on CVS?
> Let me make a brief argument in it's favor. That being that it is such a simple mechanism and does not affect any current functionality. It can't hurt to have it there and get some feedback on it.
I'm still not buying Cans until I see them in use, but I agree with you that there's no harm in putting them in CVS. I appreciate you asking first.
I don't want to stifle people's work, but at the same time I don't want Webware to become a hodge podge of "stuff". For smaller things like Cans, I guess we can try them out "inline". For bigger items, we can either create a CVS branch or a Webware plug-in.
> Have you had a chance to do any middlekit work? I think you'll like the Can thing as soon as you have a working MiddleKit object, because it'll make it very easy for you to use it.
MiddleKit is going slow. I'm reading Apple's EOF manual which is extremely useful but also pretty tedious. I'm not sure if MiddleKit 0.1 will make Webware 0.3 or not. I'm more committed to our Jun 5 release date than I am to anything else.