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Re: [messaging-dev] Ambassadors' Jakarta EE 11 Contributor Guide

I added some comments to the unresolved discussions inside the document.

I also suggested changes to format section titles as headers so that it's easier to navigate in the document using the table of contents. Doing that, I suggested to move the new APis into their own sections instead of mentioning them just in a bullet list so that they get better visibility. I think at least some of those new APIs are very important and may attract contributors, especially Config and Data, and they deserve similar position in the document as existing specs mentioned in the document.


ne 18. 12. 2022 o 16:36 Reza Rahman <reza_rahman@xxxxxxxxx> napísal(a):
I believe we are well on the way to finalizing and publishing the
updated guide. Thanks to folks that kindly reviewed so far.

However, I would like to call attention to a few embedded comments that
I am unsure of in the areas of Security, Concurrency, Messaging, CDI,
REST, JSON, Faces and Transactions. I think they need review and
feedback from the respective stakeholders and probably discussion on the
mailing lists. I am expanding the mailing list distribution for that reason.

On 12/3/2022 4:10 PM, Reza Rahman wrote:
> Folks,
> The Jakarta EE Ambassadors are looking to publish an updated Jakarta
> EE 11 Contributor Guide early next year. Here is the current draft
> based on consensus amongst the Jakarta EE Ambassadors Leadership
> Council:
> Could you kindly review and comment over the next two/three weeks?
> Thanks,
> Reza
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