Adobe has just published a white paper detailing current views and future commitments to Apache Flex. Included topics are contributions to Apache, commitments to the Flash platform, and commitments to Adobe customers. I strongly recommend that all Flex developers and project stakeholders read this:
Or, download and read the pdf version.
Here’s an excerpt:
Adobe believes that Flex is the best solution for enterprise and data-centric application development today and is moving Flex into a community-driven open source project to ensure the continued development and success of Flex for years to come. We are currently in the process of contributing the core Flex SDK, automation libraries, AIR SDK binaries, and documentation to the Apache Flex Project. We will also be contributing Falcon, Falcon JS, Mustella, and BlazeDS.
In addition to these contributions, Adobe is providing a team of full-time Flex SDK engineers who will contribute to and support the Apache Flex Project. These Adobe engineers will work directly with the highly skilled Flex developer community to maintain, support, and evolve the Flex SDK. We remain committed to enabling the success of all existing and new Flex projects.