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Re: [wtp-dev] Java EE Module Configuration Editors Proposal Posted



The strategy that is being followed is to use “Java EE” in user-facing content (UI and documentation) and to use “jee” in places that are largely outside of end-user view, where brevity is valued and full conformance is not possible anyway (no spaces or caps in package names, for instance).


The new project is aligning with existing namespace to avoid creating unnecessary confusion for adopters.


In either case, wtp-dev mailing list isn’t a proper forum for this discussion. You do not have the authority to represent Java brand and no one on this list has legal background to evaluate these claims. You can discuss this within Java org and if someone in position of authority wishes to pursue this further, they should contact EMO. I believe EMO uses outside council for advice relating to trademarks and branding.




- Konstantin




From: Ludovic Champenois [mailto:ludovic.champenois@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 4:24 AM
To: General discussion of project-wide or architectural issues.
Cc: Konstantin Komissarchik
Subject: Re: [wtp-dev] Java EE Module Configuration Editors Proposal Posted


On 6/29/11 5:08 PM, Konstantin Komissarchik wrote:

The proposal to create a project to build editors for Java EE descriptors such as web.xml and application.xml using Sapphire has been officially posted. If you are interested in this, follow the link for more information.

May I remind everyone on this list that the term "jee" should never be used, or reused (in new features, for example this one)
Please try to accommodate this requirement.
and )
The fact the Eclipse is delivering a Java EE Eclipse IDE version using the jee name in the downloaded artifact is troubling, given that the legal review process usually done by the Eclipse foundation is very strict.





- Konstantin

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