Hi Neil,

Yes, I expect that feature planning for 9 and so forth should happen on this 
list and I hope will be in large part driven by those features / bugs / ideas 
that come from people in the community, and that they would include code 
contributions to help get it done :-)


On Mar 19, 2014, at 11:51 AM, ngalarn...@abinitio.com wrote:

> Congratulations and Thank You to all of the JavaFX folks! 
> Richard, in one of your Java One talks you spoke about opening up the OpenJFX 
> project further. 
> Will there be discussions on the list as to what is coming next? 
> Thanks, 
> Neil 
> From:        Richard Bair <richard.b...@oracle.com> 
> To:        Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> 
> Cc:        "openjfx-dev@openjdk.java.net Mailing" 
> <openjfx-dev@openjdk.java.net> 
> Date:        03/19/2014 02:46 PM 
> Subject:        Re: Congratulations 
> Sent by:        "openjfx-dev" <openjfx-dev-boun...@openjdk.java.net> 
> > So yes, a big THANK YOU to Richard and his team and everyone at Oracle and
> > all the other individuals and 3rd parties who have contributed to getting
> > JavaFX (and Java) to where it is today.
> > 
> > You guys/gals should be really proud :-)
> I agree, congrats to all the folks inside and outside Oracle that have been 
> making tremendous contributions to JavaFX! A special thanks to Steve for 
> really pushing OpenJFX as a real open source project with an open development 
> process. We really want to work with the community on this project on an 
> equal footing. We’ve had tons of valuable contributions in the form of bug 
> fixes, blog posts, technical discussions, and patches. Keep up the great 
> work! 8u20 has a big pile of bug fixes, so please do kick the tires on that 
> one. Lots of great work going on in terms of Accessibility right now, also 
> embedded work and as always performance work. Scene Builder is healthy and 
> active, we’d love to see it embedded in all the IDEs and direct contributions 
> from the community to Scene Builder would be fantastic. A big thanks to the 
> porters brining JavaFX to Android/iOS and other platforms! Looking forward to 
> 8u20 and Java 9!
> Richard 
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