It's been a long time coming but we're finally starting to see JCP.next shaping up. This Oracle press release announces JSR 348, the first of two JSRs to improve the Java Community Process itself (yes, there are JSRs for that too).
The detailled proposal for this JSR has enhancements grouped into four categories : Transparency, Participation, Agility, and Governance. A second JSR is planned to revise the current JSPA.
As with any JSR, a ballot has started with both the ME and SE/EE executive committees (now complete) voting before it closes on May 30th.
Here is a short recap covering some recent Java EE 8
In May, JSON-P 1.1 (JSR 374) has passed its
Final Approval Ballot. Next to...
JSON-P 1.1 (JSR
374) has just entered an important period, i.e. Public Review.
The Public Review is the last expected JCP milestone before...
The Istanbul JUG has been spinning up it's participation in Java
EE 8 through Adopt-a-JSR. They have already taken an interest in