As it says on the project's
home page: "NOTE: there is no need to formally "join" this
project in order to participate - everything is visible to those who
are not project members, and formal observer status carries no
As I've pointed out in earlier messages, if you wish to receive messages posted to the observer mailing list then you will need to subscribe to it. If you are not a subscriber and you post to that mailing-list I will have to moderate (approve) your message before it is distributed. This doesn't take much effort, but my life would be easier if I didn't have to do this. You may also want to subscribe to the Issues mailing-list, but be aware that traffic there can be high. All the mailing-lists insert a string into the subject line so you can filter messages into separate folders.
As for the Wiki, my intent is to keep this "read only" (and spam-free.) Two-way communication will happen through the mailing-lists and - if people choose to use it - the forum.
We'll cover all this (again) in the meeting.
On 7/12/2012 9:04 AM, Werner Keil wrote:
" type="cite">I noticed, we're not automatically members of the group in Java.net. Is that on purpose? I joined as "Observer" for now, but if e.g. editing content in Wiki, JIRA, etc. was only possible for EG members, that level may not be sufficient. Thanks, Werner -------- Original-Nachricht --------Thanks, I was just about to ask for the conf call password, too. -------- Original-Nachricht --------Patrick, I take it that the conference security code and webex password at the same as for our regular EC meetings? Jon On Jul 12, 2012, at 9:48 AM, Patrick Curran wrote: [To the Experts' mailing-list. All future communications will be through this mailing-list or the issue-tracker.] <JSR 358 EG agenda - July 12 2012.html>
[JSR358 EG] Re: Agenda for first Expert Group meeting