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    Forum rename request

    Why don’t we go with time and rename the “Adobe Flex” subforum to “Apache Flex”?

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    Agreed.

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    Methinks I'm behind the times :P
    So flex has been given up by adobe? Also, we have a flex forum?!

    Edit:
    Took a bit of time out to look this up. Here's the page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_Flex
    As of December 2012, looks like it is indeed an apache top level project. Therefore it makes sense to rename the forum to reflect the change.

    Edit:
    What of the description there? It's quite. . . wordy, does it still all apply just by swapping the adobe -> apache? Or is there differences between the old adobe and apache flex? Is there enough change that warrant a new forum to be spun for it?

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    Nobody's gotten back on this so I assume it was since I edited instead :P
    So a shameful thread bump; I just need to know if the descriptions still apply other than the name or not? I would assume nothing has "drastically" changed, so it should still apply?
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