Tuesday Oct 30, 2012

2012 EC Election Results

The 2012 Fall Executive Committee Election process is now complete. The ballot closed at midnight pacific time on Monday, 29 October.

 Congratulations to Cinterion Wireless Modules GmbH, Credit Suisse, Fujitsu Limited, Hewlett-Packard (all four candidates were ratified),  and CloudBees and London Java Community (two elected candidates) as the new and re-elected merged EC Members. For more information regarding the merged EC, please refer to JSR 355 and the JCP 2.9 Process Document.

Ratified Seats: Cinterion Wireless Modules GmbH, Credit Suisse, Fujitsu Limited and Hewlett-Packard
Open Election Seats: CloudBees and London Java Community

Newly elected EC Members take their seats on Tuesday, 13 November 2012.

Detailed Election Results:
Number of Eligible Voters: 1131

Percent of Eligible Members Casting Votes: 23.70%

Ratified Seats:

Candidate Yes Votes (%) No Votes (%) Abstentions
Cinterion Wireless Modules GmbH 156 (76) 48 (24) 64
Credit Suisse 205 (85) 35 (15) 28
Fujitsu Limited 195 (85) 35 (15) 38
Hewlett-Packard 182 (81) 44 (19) 42

Open Election Seats:

The top two candidates have been elected.

Candidate Votes (%)
Cisco Systems 37 (7)
CloudBees 101 (20)
Giuseppe Dell'Abate 6 (1)
Liferay, Inc. 35 (7)
London Java Community 164 (33)
MoroccoJUG 46 (9)
North Sixty-One Ltd 26 (5)
Software AG 19 (4)
ZeroTurnaround 64 (13)
None of the above 5 (1)



For more information about the candidates who ran for the 2012 Executive Committee Election, please visit the 2012 Executive Committee Elections Nominees page.

Java ME JSRs approved by the JCP EC

The two new Java ME related JSRs were submitted to the JCP earlier in October have been approved by the Executive Committee (EC) to continue development in the JCP program.  These JSRs are now open for Expert Group nominations. All registered JCP.org users can nominate themselves to serve on the JSR Expert Group, but you must become a JCP Member to be approved to serve on a JSR Expert Group.

JSR 360, Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) 8, was approved by the EC with 11 yes votes (AT&T was not eligible to vote).  You can also follow this project on their java.net project.

JSR 361, Java ME Embedded Profile, was also approved by the EC with 11 yes votes (AT&T was not eligible to vote).  You can also follow this project on their java.net project.


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