This is definitely better than Zepto's half-hearted effort
Ugh. You just had to mention Zepto :p
The jQuery core/bugs team has been doing a lot of thinking about how to reduce the size of jQuery without severe disruption, and the constraint/cost tradeoffs are actually quite different from this initial jquip effort.
Exactly. I don't think anyone could really consider it a serious contributor to the on-going discussions, but it's a useful reference-point if nothing else.
Sorry, I don't see jquip as useful at all. I'm not sure where to start...
I'd personally be more interested in seeing where the other two paths (AMD via Alex's fork and of course GC) take us.
Interesting implementation - they appear to 'pluginize' all of the various components to core. Not sure this is the best approach nor how well it might fair against AMD, but I think as they mention, tests are in order to gauge just how well theirs might work :)
On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 5:14 PM, Mathias Bynens <mat...@qiwi.be> wrote: