News: Sun proposes changes to JSPA to satisfy Apache demands.
Sun has published a letter of intent on the JCP site detailing changes to the JSPA in respond to Apache Software Foundation's previous demands.
- Posted by: Chris Mathews
- Posted on: March 23 2002 13:14 EST
See the letter at http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/announce/LetterofIntent.html
See Jason Hunter's response (the ASF's representative to the Java Community Process) at http://www.servlets.com/blog/archives/000016.html
- Sun proposes changes to JSPA to satisfy Apache demands. by Aaron Anderson on March 25 2002 22:03 EST
- Sun proposes changes to JSPA to satisfy Apache demands. by Guglielmo Lichtner on March 26 2002 09:37 EST
- Sun proposes changes to JSPA to satisfy Apache demands. by David Jones on March 27 2002 12:55 EST
- Video clip of Apache/JCP announcement by Rich Persaud on March 27 2002 13:28 EST
As mentioned on other forums, looking at the list:
JSR 31 (JAXB), JSRs 52, 53, 152, 154 (JSPs/Servlets), JSR 63 (JAXP), JSR 67 (JAXM), JSR 93 (JAXR), JSR 101 (JAXRPC), JSR 127 (Java Server Faces), JSR 172 (J2ME Web Services)
JSR 58 (J2EE 1.3) and JSR 151 (J2EE 1.4) are noticably missing. Is this a convenient oversight and will we have to wait year(S) for a open source J2EE application server?
Congratulations to Apache for standing firm, and to Sun for letting go of Java a little more. I hope all this wisdom rubs off on me and everybody else.
I heard recently that a large amount of the Apache developers work for Sun. I wonder what the percentage is?
It was good to see Jason Hunter at the Technical Keynote on Monday representing Apache. Would have been nice to see someone from JBoss as well.
10-min video clipping of JavaOne keynote: http://javaindex.org/javaone-2002-keynote.smil
More coverage: http://javaindex.org