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Welcome to the JCP community, a gathering place of those who are involved in JSR projects as well as those interested in work defined by the JCP process. This community is designed to be a place for JCP discussion and collaboration. The development of the outputs of a JSR — the Specification, the Reference Implementation (RI) and the TCK — will take place here on java.net.

The JCP projects found here are led by Spec Leads who have decided to leverage java.net's infrastructure for JCP development and collaboration. You will also find other JCP discussions that may or may not be led by Spec Leads or those involved in the JCP. Each java.net hosted JCP Project has a public area where discussions will take place between the community and those involved in the JCP development project.

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Community News & Announcements

The Annual JCP Community Party
[Posted Sep 17, 2014]

The annual JCP Community Party will be held on Monday evening, September 29, in San Francisco at the Hilton Hotel. Reserve your ticket early at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/jcp-party-awards-ceremony-tickets-12733715887! See our full list of activities at JavaOne at https://jcp.org/en/press/news/JCP_JavaOne2014.

View the 12th Annual JCP Awards nominees - https://jcp.org/en/press/news/awards/2014award_nominees. The unveiling will occur at the JCP Community Party.

JCP 2.9 contains a number of required measures to ensure transparency of the operation of the Expert Group. JCP 2.9 JSR Specification Leads are free to come up with their own implementations of these requirements, but one way of doing them is to create a project on java.net for the JSR. This page explains how to do this.

JCP.Next
[Posted Oct 26, 2011]

JSR 364, Broadening JCP Membership is approved to continue development and can be followed on https://java.net/projects/jcpnext4/pages/Home. JSR 358, A major revision of the Java Community Process, is now in process and can be followed on java.net. https://java.net/projects/jsr358/pages/Home. Proposed Membership Level diagrams: Membership Classes and Joining Options Workflow.

 

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