Injecting new life into Spring Rich Client
As you may have noticed, there has been little activity on Spring Rich Client. This is caused by many factors (mainly time related), but the engine is starting once again.
There are some things that are on the agenda:
- move away from SourceForge. SF has been our home since the beginning, but now it's becoming a burden (and a really slow one at that). Options on the table are moving to Google Code or GitHub, or finding a benefactor willing to give us a VPS to set up our own hosting (which would be great, yet slightly wishful thinking).
- migrate to Spring 3.0
- create a nice demo app
Some people have contacted me regarding becoming a developer on the project, which is great. Once we finished the move to our new home, wherever that may be, I'll contact each of them to get them on board.
It also seems that a lot of companies out there are using Spring Rich Client, more that we could've hoped for. As a complement to our effort: if you're using SRC, and you're happy with it, please send in a testimonial or feedback. Or even better, send in improvements (of which I'm sure there are).
MSN: PM me please
Spring Rich Client Project Lead