[rabbitmq-discuss] Will AMQP 1.0 break current RabbitMQ api
simone.busoli at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 22:21:38 GMT 2012
Hi Simon, Matthew,
let me clarify that I wasn't trying to imply that work on 0-9-1 would be
abandoned in case of success of 1.0, but I think it's fair to assume that
in case the latter happens, assuming the same quantity of resources, effort
currently being expended on 0-9-1 would be partially stolen away by the
work on 1.0. In my opinion users who are not planning to "upgrade" anytime
soon would legitimately perceive it as less effort being dedicated to the
product on which they have invested. But I'd be glad to be proven wrong.
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 12:50, Matthew Sackman <matthew at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 11:29:23AM +0000, Simon MacMullen wrote:
> > On 24/01/12 21:34, Simone Busoli wrote:
> > >That's a bit worrying to think that development on 0-9-1 might be halted
> > >in case of take off of 1.0, considering the effort you might have put on
> > >developing something to target the current version.
> > Obviously I can't predict the future, but you *really* should not
> > worry that we're going to leave all our 0-9-1 users high and dry.
> It's also worth pointing out that we have made a substantial number of
> extensions and improvements to 0-9-1 - publisher confirms,
> exchange-to-exchange bindings, nacks etc - thus it should be fairly
> clear that we're more than happy to extend and improve the existing spec
> to meet the needs of our users. This makes it even less likely that
> 0-9-1 will get abandoned in any way by Rabbit.
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