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[] Jakarta EE Spec Committee Approved Meeting Minutes - Februay 7th, 2024

Jakarta EE Spec Committee - February 7th, 2024

Attendees (present in bold):

Kenji Kazumura - Fujitsu

Emily Jiang - IBM - Tom Watson

Ed Bratt - Oracle - Dmitry Kornilov

Andrew Pielage - Payara - Petr Aubrecht

David Blevins - Tomitribe - Jean-Louis Monteiro, Cesar Hernandez

Ivar Grimstad - PMC Representative

Marcelo Ancelmo - Participant Member -  Abraham Marin-Perez

Werner Keil - Committer Member

Jun Qian - Primeton Information Technologies - Enterprise Member

Zhai Luchao -  Shandong Cvicse Middleware Co. - Enterprise Member

Guests - Jakarta EE 11 co-release coordinators: Ed Burns, Arjan Tijms


Eclipse Foundation: Tanja Obradovic, Wayne Beaton, Paul Buck (chair)

Past business / action items:

  • Approval is requested for the minutes from the January 24th, 2024 meeting as drafted - Approved.


See the spreadsheet for updates.

[01/24] Options discussed w/ Wayne:

  1. Send a warning message noting the plan revision and there is risk to proceeding to Release Review

  2. Request a to the Platform Project for Progress Review now noting the changes in the revised plan

  3. Do nothing, the Release Review based on this revision is not at risk

The three options were discussed and there are no objections voiced to proceed with option 2. The Spec Committee will therefore initiate a formal Progress Review ballot request for the Platform Project. The committee chair will collaborate w/ the EMO to formulate the request to the Platform Project.

[01/25] The chair’s email to the Platform Project

[02/07] Check in on ballot progress

This issue was discussed as a consideration for a future release ie. EE 12. It was noted that it is not the process that requires the JDK level, it is included in the specification(s): Platform and/or components.

Also, this item is likely best explored as part of a EE 11 retrospective.

It was discussed that the ballot may have benefited from earlier communications of rationale for positions prior to casting a vote? Perhaps albeit the request from the Platform Project the Steering Committee was to resolve this matter in an expedient way.

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