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Re: [] JSR 386 - Java SE 12

Asked differently: do you see any content on the JSR page
that you wish the AC to look into and comment about?

Perhaps the schedule:

Expert Group formation: May 2018
Early Draft Review: Jun-Jul 2018
Public Review: Oct-Nov 2018
Proposed Final Draft: Jan-Feb 2018
Final Release: Mar 2019

Anything else? I couldn't find anything interesting
(except for the 404 links ;p ).


On 25.05.2018 05:44, Wayne Beaton wrote:
The process is described here:

"New JSRs are posted for JSR Review for 2 or 4 weeks, during which time the public can provide feedback on the proposed specification and licensing/business terms. The JSR Review period is followed by a 2-week JSR Approval Ballot, when the Executive Committee votes to approve or reject the proposal."

More here:



On Thu, May 24, 2018 at 1:38 PM, Stephan Herrmann <stephan.herrmann@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:stephan.herrmann@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

    Mmh, what exactly is the JSR Review about?
    Is it about starting to work?
    I.e., about whether or not Java 12 should be developed?
    I could not find any interesting information in the JSR.
    Several links ( <> and below) are 404.
    Is it just me?


    On 23.05.2018 17:21, Wayne Beaton wrote:

        Greetings Eclipse Architecture Council.

        If you have any comments or concerns regarding how the Eclipse Foundation should respond, please let them be known.

        JSR 386 - Java SE 12 - JSR Review
        Appears on the ballot: 29 May 2018
        URL for proposal: <>


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