Same here Malcolm, I believe you have created something really meaningful with Apache Click in the area of web development frameworks!
> Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 11:51:17 -0800
> From: [hidden email] > To: [hidden email] > Subject: Re: Resigning from Apache Click > > Hi Malcolm, > > I would like to thank you for creating this fantastic and easy to learn > framework. This was the first framework that really clicked with me :). > > > > Malcolm Edgar wrote > > I would like to encourage the project committers and the community members > > to take up the mantle get this project moving again. > > We are. Release 2.4.0 is almost ready (just a few issues open) and 3.0.0 > it's on it's way on a separate branch now. > > > All the best wishes, > > Adrian. > > > > -- > View this message in context: http://click.1134972.n2.nabble.com/Resigning-from-Apache-Click-tp7578752p7578759.html > Sent from the click-development mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
Click is a simple and powerful component based framework, it helped us a lot.
I was impressed by the framework like a magic when I found Click Framework
at first, because it provides the event driven programming model, although it's
very thin and simple.
I believe the framework should be simple as much as possible even if it provides
rich or complex features. It should not be a black-box for developers. I learned
that it's possible from Click Framework.
Sorry because I couldn't contribute after we moved to ASF enough.
> Hi All,
> I am resigning from the Apache Click project, as I no longer can make the
> time available to manage or contribute to this project.
> Currently the project development is largely dormant, but there is still a
> fair amount of community interest.
> I would like to encourage the project committers and the community members
> to take up the mantle get this project moving again.
> Alternatively the project will move to the attic, where its source code and
> distributions will continue to be available.
> Best wishes for the future.
> regards Malcolm Edgar