[JSR-354] Re: contribution
- From: Greg Bakos <greg@...>
- To: jcurrency_mail@...
- Subject: [JSR-354] Re: contribution
- Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2013 12:11:27 +0100
I'm a freelancer based in London and I'm in the LJC. JCP membership is in
progress. I'm thinking about Lambda JSR, sounds good.
So as my first contribution that would be perfect if I put these
contribution information into the wiki of this JSR, I guess.
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 10:58 AM, Werner Keil <werner.keil@...> wrote:
> Thanks a lot for your interest and feedback. I guess you must be
> subscribed to the mailing list already, otherwise sending to it normally
> wouldn't work[?]
> With the launch of Java EE 7 there are quite a few areas of synergy
> between the "wider JSR 354" and it, though not everything may end up being
> a core part of the JSR as such. We have to explore and discuss that,
> modules even inside the actual JSR might be EE-specific, but its heart and
> "core" should work in every Java environment, even CLDC8, all other parts
> (including the likes of conversion, formatting, etc.) at least SE Embedded,
> also see this recent announcement by Oracle and ARM:
> (given the latter hosts an upcoming EC F2F in the Silicon Valley, we might
> hear a little more there or afterwards at JavaOne[?])
> You are UK-based, so one option would of course be to participate via the
> Adopt-a-JSR program and pick up, where Ben left (wearing too many "hats"
> and a lower-level interest in Compilers, Threads or Lambda as opposed to
> "Functional" JSRs like this one[?]) Joining LJC if you haven't done so
> seems rather easy, it doesn't seem to be incorporated so far, thus you may
> just join by attending one of its meetings[?]
> On the other hand, judging from your website you may be a *Sole trader*,
> *consultant or *Student*, is that correct? In which case joining the JCP
> as a true and "sustainable" Individual Member (unless your status changed
> by working for another company, etc.) and join the Expert Group, too, if
> you like.
> JCP Executive Committee Member | Eclipse UOMo Lead, Babel Language
> Champion | Java Godfather | Maersk DevOps Build Manager
> On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 11:02 AM, Greg Bakos <greg@...> wrote:
>> Hi Anatole,
>> Thanks for your answer.
>> I've been developing with Java for 7 years. My strongest area is JEE
>> Helping to achieve the production ready code and define the testing area
>> would be the best task for me.
>> Yes, a hangout would be helpful.
>> On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 7:06 AM, Anatole Tresch <atsticks@...>wrote:
>>> Hi Greg
>>> Thank for your email! There are several areas. Within the RI there
>>> mainly Things missing in the areas of formatting and region/currency
>>> mapping. Also the existing and running conversion providers do not yet
>>> production quality.
>>> The TCK contains already the basic infrastructure, but nothing more. We
>>> should be able to define the testing areas and aspects witjin next months,
>>> so we can define according testing scenarios.
>>> What is your background/interest? What topic would match best?
>>> I think we will best setup a WebEx/hangout next week(after my hoöidays),
>>> so we can organize us. Also I assume you have read the EDR spec and
>>> out the latest sources from github.
>>> Anatole Tresch
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>>> Am 29.07.2013 um 00:59 schrieb <greg@...>:
>>> > Hi,
>>> > I'm quite new here and I'd like to contribute to this JSR. What can I
>>> > do?
>>> > Thanks,
>>> > Greg
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