JCP 2010 EC ELections Ballot

The 2010 Java Community Process (JCP) Program Executive Committee (EC) elections process is underway. The EC Elections process was launched in June 2000. This years' elections are hosted by Votenet and run October 19 - November 1, 2010. JCP Members may vote in the EC Elections. Each Member's primary contact will be sent voting credentials via e-mail.

Candidates for the 2010 EC Elections are now posted on jcp.org.  This year there are 10 seats open-5 per EC. There are 3 ratified candidates per EC and 2 open elected seats per EC.  Candidates nominated themselves for the 2 open elected seats on the SE/EE EC and the 2 open elected seats on the ME EC earlier in October. You can read their qualification statements, positioning statements, and a short biography of the primary contact for each candidate. 

The following seats are up for the 2010 JCP EC Elections:

  • Apache, Eclipse, Google, Doug Lea and Red Hat on the SE/EE EC
  • Aplix, Orange France, Research in Motion, Samsung and TQTVD on the ME EC

The candidates on the 2010 EC Election ballot are:

Java Micro Edition (ME) EC
  • Ratified seats: RIM, Samsung, TOTVS/TQTVD

  • Open election seats: Stefano Andreani, Aplix Corporation,  Paul Grojean, Pavel Lahoda, Rahul Tyagi

Standard/Enterprise Edition (SE/EE) EC

  • Ratified seats:  Apache, Hologic, Inc., Red Hat
  • Open election seats: Azul Systems, Eclipse Foundation, Google, Fabio Haider, Bob Lee, Liferay, Inc., Sam Pullara
JCP Members, please take this opportunity to vote ihe JCP EC Elections.  I'll post the results here on November 2, 2010 and the new EC Members will take effect later in November.


Comments:

Hello all,

Besides what you have seen in Aplix's profile I would like to point out a few things:

Aplix is the spec lead as well as the RI and TCK implementer/provider for MIDP, MMAPI, and JSR 82.

Aplix was voted the 2010 JCP member of the year for leadership.

Aplix has invested heavily in Java and continues to invest in the future of Java.

Aplix is currently on the JCP ME EC.

We want to continue to serve the community, please support us.

Thank you,
John Rizzo

Posted by John Rizzo on October 21, 2010 at 08:04 AM PDT #

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