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Thanks Alex!

jamesfin-2
I have no idea who is still listening to this thread but I think it's time
to humbly, and gratefully thank Alex for his devotion to Flex and this
thread.  Two years ago our world was shaken and we've all moved onto
different (not better) things. ;)

Alex has continued to demonstrate and keep his promise in supporting Flex
two years down the road and will probably continue to monitor these and
other threads for several more.



Hats off to you Alex!  You are to commended for your devotion and
sacrifices to our beloved Flex!

James

<LongLiveFlex/>
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[ p e r c e p t i c o n ]
I second third and fourth that

On Nov 5, 2013, at 10:37 AM, James Finnigan <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I have no idea who is still listening to this thread but I think it's time to humbly, and gratefully thank Alex for his devotion to Flex and this thread.  Two years ago our world was shaken and we've all moved onto different (not better) things. ;)
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> Alex has continued to demonstrate and keep his promise in supporting Flex two years down the road and will probably continue to monitor these and other threads for several more.
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> Hats off to you Alex!  You are to commended for your devotion and sacrifices to our beloved Flex!
>
> James
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> <LongLiveFlex/>
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Re: Thanks Alex!

Alex Harui
Thanks, but it's not so hard since I'm paid to do it.

It would help for you all to switch to Apache Flex and ask your questions over there.  The main Apache Flex website is: http://flex.apache.org/
You can subscribe to the mailing lists or a forum version by following instructions here: http://flex.apache.org/community-mailinglists.html
And in case you haven't been following, Apache just released 4.11.0 which has some 200 bug fixes over Adobe 4.6, and several of us, including myself are working on FlexJS, a version of Flex that runs without Flash.  More information on that is here:  https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/FlexJS

-Alex

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I second third and fourth that

On Nov 5, 2013, at 10:37 AM, James Finnigan <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:



I have no idea who is still listening to this thread but I think it's time to humbly, and gratefully thank Alex for his devotion to Flex and this thread.  Two years ago our world was shaken and we've all moved onto different (not better) things. ;)

Alex has continued to demonstrate and keep his promise in supporting Flex two years down the road and will probably continue to monitor these and other threads for several more.



Hats off to you Alex!  You are to commended for your devotion and sacrifices to our beloved Flex!

James

<LongLiveFlex/>





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Yu, Deyang
Hi Alex,

I just start working on to use Falcon to convert our existing Flex4 application to Html5.  Before I dig into it, want to know how reliable it is? Should I wait for a bit for a better version?

Thanks and regards,
Deyang

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Subject: Re: [flexcoders] Thanks Alex!


Thanks, but it's not so hard since I'm paid to do it.

It would help for you all to switch to Apache Flex and ask your questions over there.  The main Apache Flex website is: http://flex.apache.org/
You can subscribe to the mailing lists or a forum version by following instructions here: http://flex.apache.org/community-mailinglists.html
And in case you haven't been following, Apache just released 4.11.0 which has some 200 bug fixes over Adobe 4.6, and several of us, including myself are working on FlexJS, a version of Flex that runs without Flash.  More information on that is here:  https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/FlexJS

-Alex

From: "[ p e r c e p t i c o n ]" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
Reply-To: "[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 9:15 AM
To: "[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
Subject: Re: [flexcoders] Thanks Alex!


I second third and fourth that

On Nov 5, 2013, at 10:37 AM, James Finnigan <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

I have no idea who is still listening to this thread but I think it's time to humbly, and gratefully thank Alex for his devotion to Flex and this thread.  Two years ago our world was shaken and we've all moved onto different (not better) things. ;)

Alex has continued to demonstrate and keep his promise in supporting Flex two years down the road and will probably continue to monitor these and other threads for several more.



Hats off to you Alex!  You are to commended for your devotion and sacrifices to our beloved Flex!

James

<LongLiveFlex/>