Core Team Meeting Minutes - 2014/07/11
Posted By: Trek Glowacki –
Although most of our collaboration takes place on Github, IRC
#emberjs on freenode.net), and our Discourse site
the Ember.js Core Team meets privately every
Friday at 2pm EST/11am PST through Google Hangout for a weekly
discussion of all things Ember.
If you have a topic you'd like to see covered, contact your favorite core team member and let them know!
Path to Core
Members of the community who have a sustained and significant contribution to Ember.js are invited to join the core team and help us guide the framework's future direction. Members we'd like to add are put on the "path to core" and given greater autonomy for a trial period before being officially invited.
Contributors on path to core are given commit access to the Ember.js repositories and attend our weekly core team meetings and periodic face to face meetings.
Today we're happy to announce that two Ember.js contributors are on the path to core: Matthew Beale (who most of you will know as @mixonic) and Martin Muñoz (@_mmun). Matthew and Martin have both been pushing hard on htmlbars, the underlying library that will power Ember.js's rewritten view layer.
Features Pending Go/No-Go
Resolution: this is excellent addon material. Revert.
Resolution: event dispatcher is being deprecated, but we'll have hooks for libraries like (Hammer.js)[http://hammerjs.github.io/] to integrate with. Revert.
Resolution: This is a Go.
Issues for Discussion
This is a bug. Merged.
This is not required in metal-views, so the problem should go away. The suggested polyfill with feature flag for 1.7 OK until that time.
Scumbag IE. This is merged
:-1:as is, need to re-work and add a 're-bubble' phase that checks
actionMissinggood idea, but seems like it may require a lot of work.
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