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Adopt-a-JSR for Java EE 8 Spinning Up

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Adopt-a-JSR for Java EE 8 Spinning Up

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As some of you may be aware, Adopt-a-JSR was a very innovative JUG-led program that was initiated during the later parts of the Java EE 7 time-frame. The goal of the program is to make it as easy as possible for rank-and-file Java developers to contribute to the JCP through their local Java User Groups. By all accounts the program was successful as to a good number of JUGs adopting Java EE 7 JSRs. However we should aim a lot higher for Java EE 8 and Adopt-a-JSR. There is no reason not to hope that every major JUG worldwide should adopt at least one Java EE 8 JSR. Indeed although it is still very early a number of JUGs have already committed to helping with defining the next major revision of the platform including the London Java Community, Egypt JUG, Morocco JUG, the Japan Java User Group, Java Hellenic User Group and many others.

The Java EE/GlassFish team, JCP folks like Heather VanCura and the JUG community itself is trying to do as much as we all can to ensure the success for Adopt-a-JSR for Java EE 8:

  • We put together a page dedicated to Adopt-a-JSR for Java EE on glassfish.org. This page should be your first stop if contributing to Java EE 8 JSRs via the program interests you. We will make a point to keep the page up-to-date throughout the life-cycle of Java EE 8.
  • Heather, spec lead Ed Burns, JUG leader Mohamed Taman and I presented a talk on Adopt-a-JSR for Java EE at JavaOne 2014. Heather covered the Adopt-a-JSR program at a high level, Ed talked about the program from the perspective of a spec lead while Mohamed covered the adopter perspective. I finished by talking about Adopt-a-JSR in the specific context of Java EE 8. Video of the talk should be available soon and we will highlight it here as soon as we can.
  • Both I and Patrick Curran highlighted the program during our keynotes at JMaghreb and Java2Days (stay tuned for trip reports).
  • Heather has been and will continue to organize meetings (especially with spec leads) to keep promoting Adopt-a-JSR. Most recently Heather hosted an open meeting with Java EE 8 platform spec lead Linda DeMichiel. Heather blogged about the meetings here and postedthe slides. The next meeting will be on December 19th at 10 AM Pacific time with Ed Burns and Manfred Riem, so stay tuned (details on how to join the meetings are on Heather's post).
  • Java EE/GlassFish author, speaker and advocate Josh Juneau is leading a meeting on Adopt-a-JSR for his local Chicago JUG in January.

You can help us too by spreading the word on Adopt-a-JSR to your local JUG. If you are interested, never hesitate to reach out as always.

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