[dojo-contributors] Dojo 1.9 Release Planning
bill at dojotoolkit.org
Mon Oct 8 04:04:47 EDT 2012
As you like.
Oh, one other thing on the table for 1.9 was the idea of multi-frame suppor
(aka shared-frame support)t. For performance, some groups at IBM are big
on loading dojo and dijit in a hidden frame, and then rendering pages (or
portlets) in one or more other (visible) frames. Most of it just works
naturally but there are some changes that we'd need to make to dojo to
support it completely, so that's up for discussion.
On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 4:24 PM, Kitson Kelly <me at kitsonkelly.com> wrote:
> I will add these as "Canidate" for now and then you can provide guidance
> on their likely hood as we get towards the Alpha.
> While I am not a huge fan of locked down, fixed scope, I think something
> that keeps moving forward, that can be visible of where we are at is a good
> On 7 October 2012 22:44, Bill Keese <bill at dojotoolkit.org> wrote:
>> I've got some projects I plan to work on in the 1.9 timeframe, but
>> nothing that should gate the release, and nothing that I'm promising. Off
>> the top of my head:
>> - Robot - Try to rewrite robot code to use WebDriver, or at least
>> event listening, so that the dijit tests can run in a reasonable amount of
>> time like 10 minutes, instead of an hour.
>> - Documentation - Continued work with API doc viewer and maybe
>> reference doc, and crossover between them.
>> - Themes - Refactor the themes to a common set of files (based on
>> claro files), but different variables.less files, or whatever the CSS
>> preprocessor of the week is. The real goal is to make writing custom
>> themes easy, not anything to do with tundra, soria, or nihilo.
>> - 2.0 Preparation Work - Ranging from simple things like AMD
>> conversion to more complex things like refactoring old code to use modern
>> API's. Will put appropriate changes into 1.x SVN, and disruptive changes
>> into github.
>> - IE10 support
>> The list tends to change week by week which is why I'm not a fan of
>> scheduling documents, but I thought I should at least respond to Kitson's
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