On Sunday, May 8, 2016 at 5:26:22 PM UTC+2, steve Zara wrote:
GWT 2.8 is now well over a year behind what seemed to be the original schedule. I'm having to deal with colleagues who say they have lost confidence in the GWT project, which is a problem as I have GWT projects to support and further develop, as part of what I hope will be a globally used and long-lived system. Confidence in software requires the presence of established releases, NOT betas, which put off investors.
Is there anything that can be done to assist with progress? Is there a problem with lack of interest in GWT from, say, Google? Does GWT 2.8 involve too many features when compared to 2.7? Is there a lack of developers working on GWT? Are more testers needed?
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