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Blu-ray Disc Java and GEM/MHP/OCAP Authoring Notes and Guidelines

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A Note about spec authorship


From time to time, there has been some confusion about who authored the BD-J specifications, and Sun's role in the process. Sun does host this wiki and other developer tools, and is a BDA board member, but the BD-J specification was very much a group effort. In fact, many portions of the part 3-2 specification (which specifies, inter alia, the org.bluray package) were written by the BDF, or Blu-ray Disc Founders, before the formation of the BDA, and before Sun joined the BDA. Sun was more directly involved in the original authorship of the DVB portions of Blu-ray (GEM and MHP), and of course the JCP elements of BD-J are more directly attributable to Sun.

This underscores the need for a community to support BD-J developers. Because no one entity wrote the entire specification, its maintenance and support are very much a community effort.

-- Main.billf - 25 Apr 2008

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<span>* An Introduction to BD security is with the project source under www/security_readme.html#Intro * A disc's [[OrgIdDiscVsXlet|organization_id versus an xlet's]]. * <span style="text-decoration:underline;color:green">[http://blogs.sun.com/jaya_hangal/entry/aacs_how_it_works_and|</span>How AACS works<span style="text-decoration:underline;color:green">] from Jaya's blog</span>. * Tips on [[Networking|networking and xlet lifecycle]] in BD-J. ==Products and Services * BD-J and GEM [[OpenSource|Open-Source Projects]].<span>
 
 
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