Speaking of mobile, time is short. Please go play with:

http://jquerymobile.com/demos/1.0a1/

The docs are good, the themes are nice, the markup is simple, and degrades well. What can we do better?
On Aug 17, 2010, at 9:07 AM, Dylan Schiemann wrote:

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Shane,

"At the recent London mobile meet we had a good discussion about where
Dojo should go, but unfortunately no one offered to actually write code
for dojox.mobile."

I don't know if that's entirely true, though I know the pace has been
slow since then. I've been working on our strategy and plan document but
I've slipped behind. I do plan to have that ready sometime next week though.

That said, we do need help, and as we discussed, getting us on a good
plan of attack so we can work together and get stuff done coherently
will go a long way towards this.

Regards,
- -Dylan

on 8/17/10 8:43 AM (GMT-07:00) Shane O'Sullivan said the following:
Hi all,

I'm very worried about Dojo and the mobile space. As far as I can
see, we are still lacking anything resembling a cohesive strategy, and
are falling further and further behind.

I appreciate that everyone is busy, and that this economy is forcing
everyone, me included, to focus on their day jobs. However, unless
enough people are interested in making Dojo a killer on mobile, and
have the time to donate, we might as well just admit we're going to
focus on desktop and leave it be.

I think dojox.mobile is a great start, and I very much want to make it
(under whatever moniker) the best mobile toolkit out there. The work
the Uxebu guys are doing to customize Dojo for each platform is great
too, and very much needed.

However, what users want is a solid framework and great widgets. We
don't have them yet, and at the current rate, I don't think we will
have them this side of 2012.

So, I'm willing to put a good amount of my time into dojox.mobile, but
unless others have time to contribute it'll never be anything close to
world class. At the recent London mobile meet we had a good
discussion about where Dojo should go, but unfortunately no one
offered to actually write code for dojox.mobile.

Can I get a show of hands? Alternatively, a simple "I don't have the
time" will do too. I need to know if I'll be wasting my time on a
project that no one else has time to work on, or if there are 4 or 5
others who have the scope to build something great.

Thanks

Shane
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