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[jsr362-observers:] [jsr362-experts:] Fw: JSR 362 is looking for help from you!

  • From: Martin Scott Nicklous < >
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  • Subject: [jsr362-observers:] [jsr362-experts:] Fw: JSR 362 is looking for help from you!
  • Date: Sun, 4 Aug 2013 12:52:29 +0200
  • List-id: <jsr362-experts.portletspec3.java.net>


fyi - following mail went out to the adopt-a-jsr mailing list ... maybe we
can attract some interest.

regards,
Scott


Want to influence portlet technology?JSR 362, Portlet Specification 3.0,
led by IBM, is looking for your feedback!  See jcp_org tweet:
https://twitter.com/jcp_org/status/363334556205580288
Link:   http://jcp.org/en/egc/view?id=362
                                                                           
                                                                           
                                                                           
                                                                           
                                                                           
  Do you want to influence future portlet technology? Now is your chance   
  to get involved and make an impact!                                      
                                                                           
                                                                           
  The JSR 362 EG has begun work on the Portlet Specification Version 3.0.  
  Information about what we have done so far and what we intend to         
  accomplish can be obtained from the following locations:                 
        The JCP organization main page for JSR 362                         
        On the JSR 362 project page, you can find high-level bullet items  
        of proposed topics.                                                
              You can subscribe to the project observer's mailing list on  
              that site to stay informed about our progress and post to    
              the mailing list when you have comments.                     
                                                                           
                                                                           
  We want the Portlet Specification 3.0 to provide great functionality     
  that can be efficiently used by Java EE developers. Developers should be 
  able to easily understand portlet concepts and be able to quickly come   
  up to speed in developing portlet code. Portlets should optimally        
  leverage Java EE features as modern web applications that support mobile 
  devices and provide great support for client-side applications.          
                                                                           
                                                                           
  To assure that we reach these goals, we would be very interested in      
  obtaining feedback from the Java Community about your experience with    
  the current JSR 286 specification and about your ideas and desires for   
  new features for the upcoming Portlet Specification Version 3.0.         
        Are you an experienced portlet programmer? That's great! Let us    
        know your ideas and requirements for future portlet technology.    
        Are you new to portlets? That's great, too! Grab the current       
        specification and reference implementation, jump into portlet      
        programming, and let us know the good, the bad, and the ugly of    
        learning portlet programming.                                      
              You can find the current JSR 286 Portlet Specification 2.0   
              for download at the JSR 286 Specification page.              
              The reference implementation is hosted by the Apache Pluto   
              Project. There you can download a package with the Pluto     
              portlet container on Tomcat. The Pluto community can help    
              you if you have questions.                                   
                                                                           
                                                                           
  In particular, you could help us in the following ways:                  
        Provide feedback about the current portlet specification           
              Would there be any clarifications / changes needed to make   
              it easier to use?                                            
              In your experience with portlets, have you noted any         
              "gotchas", programming problems that you run into again and  
              again, that maybe we could alleviate through a change in the 
              specification?                                               
        Send us your ideas for new functions / features for version 3      
              What are the main Java EE features that you would like to    
              see portlets support?                                        
              What new features would you like to see adopted by the       
              portlet specification?                                       
        Get involved with the portlet reference implementation.            
              The Portlet 2.0 Reference Implementation is hosted on the    
              Apache Pluto project, see: http://portals.apache.org/pluto/  ;
              We haven't started work on the Version 3 RI yet, but we will 
              probably begin work before too long.                         
              If you would be interested in helping with the RI, now would 
              be the time to start becoming active at the Apache Pluto     
              project.                                                     
                                                                           
                                                                           



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- Heather



[jsr362-observers:] [jsr362-experts:] Fw: JSR 362 is looking for help from you!

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