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[jsr362-experts:] Minutes from 15 Oct are up; New Ajax proposal; Daylight savigs time mismatch

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  • Subject: [jsr362-experts:] Minutes from 15 Oct are up; New Ajax proposal; Daylight savigs time mismatch
  • Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 16:43:35 +0100


Hi,

* The minutes from last week's call are up, see:
https://java.net/projects/portletspec3/pages/MeetingMinutes

* Based on input from you and on input I received within IBM, I created
another Ajax proposal, see:
https://java.net/downloads/portletspec3/WorkingDocs/Ajax/JSR362AjaxProposal2.pdf

This proposal gets by with introducing only a JavaScript interface. No
changes or additions to the current server-side programming model are
required.  In spite of that, unless I am overlooking something, I think it
covers the stateful Ajax requirement fairly well. It could also easily be
extended to cover portlet mode & window state as well. Question is, are
there use cases that are not covered?

* Europe went off of Daylight Savings Time this last weekend, while the
U.S. is still on DST until this coming weekend, I believe. That means that
there is one hour less time difference between Europe & the U.S. this week,
which affects our call tomorrow. For European participants, the call will
be at the usual time, but for U.S. participants, it will be one hour later
than usual. I hope everyone will still be able to attend. Beginning next
week, the call will be at the accustomed time for everyone again.

regards,
Scott



[jsr362-experts:] Minutes from 15 Oct are up; New Ajax proposal; Daylight savigs time mismatch

Martin Scott Nicklous 10/28/2013
 
 
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