[jsr360-experts] Re: Follow EG review of changes since PFD (Wednesday3/26 3pm CET)
- From: Werner Keil <
- Subject: [jsr360-experts] Re: Follow EG review of changes since PFD (Wednesday3/26 3pm CET)
- Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2014 15:35:22 +0100
I am not sure how far the Transparency requirements go here. It would be
good from a transparency point to see what was filed and what may be open,
but if the PMO does not require it to be read only to everyone, that's
fine. Unlike technical issues it would certainly not affect my vote[?]
On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 2:56 PM, Roger Riggs
> Hi Werner,
> I looked at the JCP documents and found a requirement only for a public
> issue tracker, not an anonymous one.
> I will query the PMO for clarification.
> On 3/25/14 4:22 AM, Werner Keil wrote:
> There is a minor *transparency *issue regarding JIRA.
> If you try to access the JSR 360 JIRA
> you're forced to log into Kenai.com, which for EG Members seems no big
> deal, but even users of java.net have no read only view of the issues,
> unless they register and log in firsst.
> The recently created java.net JIRA for JSR 363 looks like this:
> Here I can see all issues, only need to log in as soon as I want to
> comment or file a ticket.
> On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Werner Keil
>> I am speaking at JavaLand that day, so unless there is a room with
>> Wifi/LAN I could use for Skype (my own hotel room has to be checked out
>> around 12 noon, but maybe lobby, etc. might work) I cannot guarantee that I
>> am able to join. I downloaded the draft and will review it (not just as EG
>> member[?]) on the train. I cannot log into java.net so easily here, but
>> have access to the documents when I arrive at JavaLand (the Final Draft is
>> also here without java.net login[?]
>> So I'll come back with any issues or questions either before the call
>> or at the very least before voting.
>> As JSR 363 is the first new downstream JSR for Java ME 8, it is important
>> to us, and other EG Members or Spec Leads like V2COM are equally eager to
>> test and use it. Where they have questions, I trust they ask them during
>> the review/ballot process.
>> Werner Keil | JCP Executive Committee Member, JSR 363 Co Spec Lead |
>> Eclipse UOMo Lead, Babel Language Champion | Apache Committer
>> Twitter @wernerkeil | @UnitAPI | @JSR354 | #EclipseUOMo | #Java_Social |
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>> * JavaLand: 26 Mar 2014, Brühl, Germany. Werner Keil, JCP EC Member,
>> JSR 354 EG Member, Apache DeviceMap Committer will present "Apache
>> DeviceMap" (GER)
>> * IoT Day: 9 Apr 2014, Zürich, Switzerland, Werner Keil, JCP EC Member,
>> JSR 363 Co Spec Lead will present "JSR 363 - Units of Measurement API"
>> * Developer Week: 14 Jul 2014, Nürnberg, Germany. Werner Keil, JCP EC
>> Member, Agile Coach, DevOps Guy will present "Triple-E' class Continuous
>> Delivery" (GER)
>> On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 6:17 AM, roger riggs
>>> If there are any comments on the recent changes please send email
>>> or attend a conference call Wednesday 3/26 @ 3pm CET, 7am PST.
>>> TimeAndDate.com may be useful to find your local time:
>>> Note the conf call info has *changed*, see the EG private page for the
>>> conference number:
>>> As mentioned earlier there is a lot of activity in the RI and TCK
>>> to get to closure and it has highlighted a number of points
>>> that need clarification in the CLDC/GCF specification.
>>> Most have come in as issues in the tracker and more detail may be
>>> found there.
>>> For the members of the expert group a list of the items and diffs is
>>> available at:
>>> A draft final specification is available also:
>>> Regards, Roger
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