I'm not sure I fully understand what you're proposing...|
If you're proposing a new logging framework to replace java.util.logging, then, well, I can't speak for the JDK team but I think you need to engage with them in the OpenJDK project to see what they would think of that. I have a hard time believing that java.util.logging is so broken it can't be made better and has to be replaced.
If you're proposing something specific to Java EE that works with or layers on java.util.logging, then I need to understand it better before I can support it.
In either case, you should note that the track record of individuals delivering successful JSRs through the JCP is very poor. Delivering a JSR is a significant amount of work, usually much more work than any single person can do. I would be very skeptical of any individual, or even some loosely affiliated open source project, being able to deliver a JSR successfully. It requires a lot of hard work that isn't just the "fun" part of writing the code. It's not impossible, but there aren't many existence proofs. Oracle "supporting" the JSR is not going to change that. It's not (just) about motivation or commitment, it's about resources.
Antonio Goncalves wrote on 09/07/12 05:29:
[javaee-spec users] [jsr342-experts] Re: Logs. Should we finally do something ?