Thanks, Zoran. So, my understanding is that it’s not a specification project, right? What’s the current project state? Are you contributing some source code or your plan is to start from scratch?
>> Although this project looks very interesting, I would like to ask authors to provide more information about why Eclipse EE4J was chosen as a parent project. How is this project
related to Jakarta EE specifications? From >> the description I understood that it’s more in the tooling area.
Thanks for the question Dmitry. EE4J is chosen as a parent project since our long-term vision is to create a standard API for machine learning performance optimization that can be plugged into
existing server-side and cloud-native applications. This fits
well into the first sentence
of the EE4J project description. The initial focus of the project is the integration of existing ML tools and related API standards in the context of application servers, and not really the development of these tools.
Tool development could be the next phase once a working implementation of a proposed API standard is adopted by the app servers and of course actual users.
Also I would like to take the opportunity and invite anyone interested to join the project.
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Although this project looks very interesting, I would like to ask authors to provide more information about why Eclipse EE4J was chosen as a parent project. How is this project
related to Jakarta EE specifications? From the description I understood that it’s more in the tooling area.
please respond to this message with a +1 if you're prepared to take on responsibility for overseeing the governance of this new project.
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