First, to set some basic expectations - we do not currently have full localization support on the site, so while the content will be entirely in your languages, the headers, footers, and links back to the main site will remain in English (as all the content they are pointing to is in English anyway).
If you haven't already, please take a look at the FX and Embedded pages for ideas about what we can do with the spaces - http://community.java.net/community/javafx and http://community.java.net/community/embedded.
What Frank will be looking for from you to start with is a list of twitter handles, tags, and blogs to follow so we can automate delivery of new content. He'll also help you set up custom spaces where you can add news and community information to the page, and you can choose how much or how little you want to update.
I'd also like to do an official proposal to the Java.net Community Leaders to establish these as official language-based communities on the site. At this point it's really a formality, but I think it's a good thing to do. If any of you object, please let me know. I promise this official designation does not require any more work from you! We have a mailing list that is fairly low traffic and we host a telephone meeting every other week or so for community news that I try to keep short. The meeting is not mandatory and when I can I try to record them and release them as an mp3 to the leads so they can catch up on their own time.
Finally, if you have ideas for other people in your language area that you would like to invite to be involved, please do so. I'd love to see as much cross-cultural participation within these language groups as possible.
Thank you all for your time and ideas!