Tuesday, December 12th, 2006
Google has open sourced the Google Web Toolkit (GWT).
Not all open source is equal. What does this mean to us?
Toolkit 1.3 RC is open through and through, including the debugging
from enterprise developers to weekend programmers can study the
toolkit, tweak it and build on top of it.
What’s more, we’re making the Google Web Toolkit development process
completely transparent. Design discussions, feature prioritization,
bug fixing and roadmap planning will take place in an open Google
Group. We’ll even post the notes from Google’s internal Google Web
Toolkit meetings. (Yes, you heard that right.) And if you want to,
say, include the documentation in a course reader or publish it in a
podcast, go right ahead: it’s covered by a Creative Commons license.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:04 am