Thursday Apr 14, 2011

JCP Program 2011 EC Special Election!

This week marks the beginning of the 2011 JCP Executive Committee (EC) Special Election!

There are 4 open EC seats that will be filled during this Special Election. There are 3 seats on the SE/EE EC (2 ratified, 1 elected) and 1 seat on the ME EC (elected). See below for more details.

The nominations phase of the election began on Tuesday--the PMO accepts nominations from the Community for a period of 2 weeks.

The nomination phase for this special election, where every eligible JCP member can self-nominate for the 2 open elected seats (1 on SE/EE EC, 1 on ME EC) is open until Monday, 25 April. You must use your election login credentials that were sent to the primary contact of every eligible JCP member via email. Following the nomination period, the ballot will be open for voting by the JCP program membership from 26 April - 9 May. Results will be published on Tuesday, 10 May.

Summary of Special Election seats:

SE/EE EC
Doug Lea's ratified seat (term ends 2013)
Apache's ratified seat (term ends 2013)
Tim Peierls' elected seat (term ends 2012)

ME EC:
Sony-Ericsson's elected seat (term ends 2011)

Special Election Timeline:

Nominations open: 12-25 April
Ballot open: 26 April - 9 May
Results published/new EC member effective date: 10 May

See the JCP election page for more details: http://jcp.org/en/whatsnew/elections

Monday May 04, 2009

JCP Program JSR Transparency Case Studies

A new Case Study series on Transparency was recently published on jcp.org, with a focus on collaboration.


Collaboration: Developing the JSR Components on a Hosted Website (Part 3 of 3)

The JSRs featured include JSR 113 (conversations.com), JSR 231 (JOGL Forum), JSR 241 (codehaus.org), JSR 243 (apache.org), JSR 303 (hibernate.org).


The first edition of case studies on transparency stressed the need for frequent drafts to the public.  The JSRs featured in this case study describe ways of making drafts of the specification available for download, and include JSR 170 & 283, JSR 308, JSR 310, JSR 321.



Sunday Apr 27, 2008

You didn't play with any toys?

In the US, Thursday was Take
Our Daughters To Work Day
. I brought my older daughter (6 years
of age) into my "office" this afternoon.


I worked on my blog, had a meeting, and answered some email. I
told her about my job and the parts I enjoy the most. When I asked
her if that sounded like fun she responded with a blank-faced "no".
"Why not?", I asked; she proceeded to explain that I didn't
"play with any toys". I guess my SunRay, PowerBook and
BlackBerry don't qualify as toys to a 6 year old. Anyway, I told her
how actually my job in the JCP program
is more like her teacher at school, helping folks play nice together
on the playground. That seemed to satisfy her, but she was still
somewhat nonplussed. We'll try again next year...

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