January 2014-01: The PMO to discuss using JIRA to track spec submissions (and other external requests?), and report back to the EC.
January 2014-02: Patrick to follow up with Doug Locke (JSR 302 Spec Lead) on the issue of subsetting JSR 282.
January 2014-03: The PMO to follow up with Doug Locke (JSR 302 Spec Lead) to ensure an approprate Spec License.
January 2014-04: The PMO to provide Ben Evans with a list of inactive JSRs to be audited to determine whether they are in fact continuing to work (see AI January 2014-04).
January 2014-05: Ben Evans to arrange for JUG members to audit apparently-inactive JSRs to determine whether they are in fact continuing to work.
January 2014-06: Ben Evans to arrange for JUG members to audit active JSRs to review the extent to which they are meeting the transparency requirements.
September 2014-01: Calinel Pasteanu to deliver an update on Java and the Ineternet of Things at a future EC meeting.
September 2014-03: The PMO to modify the JSR submission template question asking which platform is being targeted to also ask why multiple platforms are not being targeted.
July 2014-01: Jim Wright to provide the EC with a written response to their concerns about the UPL and a written explanation of why Oracle is unwilling to incorporate Apache-licensed RIs into the Java platform.
November 2013-01: EC members to provide feedback on version 8 of the IP Flow document.
May 2013-02: Patrick to incorporate a market/competition review slide into the JSR Review Process presentation.
January 23 2014: Make sure that the template collects data on non-EG participation, and that it includes an estimate of the total number of non-EG "contributors".
August 2014-02: Heather Vancura to report back when she learns the date and location of the 2015 Oracle User Group Summit in Europe.
December 2014: Heather reported that this meeting will be held in Lisbon, Portugal in June.
September 2014-04: The PMO to discuss licensing requirements with James Hunt (Spec Lead for JSR 282) in the context of the EG's adoption of JCP 2.9.
October 2014: Done. New licenses have been submitted for Legal review.
September 2014-05: The PMO to work with the JUG EC representatives to initiate a campaign to challenge JUGs to recruit corporate members into the JCP.
September 2014-02: Patrick to initiate an email discussion about recruiting corporate members.
October 2014: The PMO initiated the campaign with a series of JUG teleconferences and emails.
October 2013-02: The PMO to investigate whether Votenet can add an "exit poll" question to next year's ballot. ("What influenced your vote?")
October 2014: This suggestion was implemented in the 2014 ballot.
August 2014-01: Maulin Patel and John Pampuch to check whether they can host the January 2015 f2f meeting in the Bay Area. If not, Patrick to reserve the Oracle Conference Center
September 2014: John reported that Azul does not have a large enough room. Maulin confirmed that Freescale can host the meeting at their San Jose facility.
August 2014-03: The PMO to post the provisional 2015 meeting calendar on jcp.org.
September 2014: Done.
July 2014-01: The PMO to warn SAP that they will forfeit their seat if they miss the next EC meeting.
July 2014: Done - multiple warnings issued.
June 2014-01: Heather to re-open the discussion on JSR deadlines to reconsider specifying a maximum amount of time between Proposed Final Draft and Final Approval Ballot.
July 2 2014: Done. Discussed at recent Working Group meeting. Decision: no change to current practice.
May 2014-01: Heather to add the anniversary party to the calendar on JCP.org.
June 12 2014: Done.
May 2014-02: Patrick to file a JSR 364 issue suggesting that Full Members as well as Affiliate Members could be recognized as Contributors to a JSR.
May 2014-03: The PMO to adopt a process of reviewing JSR proposals, and referring them to the EC for discussion and the assignment of a mentor if they seem to be incomplete or in need of help.
September 2014: the Configuration JSR proposal discussion at the September f2f meeting is a practical example of the implementation of this proposal.
May 2014-04: Mike DeNicola to file a JSR 358 issue suggested that we modify the JSR Deadlines section of the Process Document to specify a maximum amount of time between Proposed Final Draft and Final Approval Ballot.
April 2014-01: John Weir to provide Patrick with details about proposed Goldman Sachs presentations for the May f2f meeting.
May 7 2014: Done.
April 2014-02: Ben Evans to send information to the EC mailing-list indicating how EC members can sign up for the joint meeting with the LJC on the Wednesday evening of the f2f meeting.
April 18 2014: Done.
April 2014-03: The PMO to pass on contact information for Jody Sharpe (the JSR submitter who requested mentorship) to Ben Evans. Ben to follow up and provide a mentor from the LJC.
April 23 2014: Done.
April 2014-04: The PMO to inform the JSR 48 Spec Lead that the deadline for the Final Approval Reconsideration Ballot has been extended to 90 days.
April 18 2014: Done.
March 2014-01: John Weir to send logistic info to Heather re the May f2f meeting in London.
April 15: Done
January 2014-01: Patrick to put the topic of EC discussions of ballot results on the agenda for a future meeting.
March 11 2014: Patrick agreed to put this on the agenda for the May f2f meeting.
October 2013-01: EC members to provide feedback on the proposed 2014 meeting calendar as discussed at the October meeting.
Agreed at the November meeting.
October 2013-02: Patrick to figure out who will host the September 2014 f2f meeting adjacent to JavaOne so people can make their hotel reservations early.
December 10 2013: Patrick informed the EC that Twitter will host the September 2014 meeting in San Francisco.
April 2013-04: Ben Evans, Martijn Verburg, Bruno Souza to investigate publishing formal metrics indicating what JUGs have actually achieved through the Adopt-a-JSR program.
May 15 2013: A new tool (BetterRev) is being worked on that should help with some of the data.
June 11 2013: There's a new Success Stories page on the Wiki where this kind of information is being reported. Ben and Martejn will provide an update at the f2f meeting in September.
July 9 2013: Martijn will try to track down JUG leaders who have worked on Java EE JSRs for more info.
September 20 2013: At the f2f meeting Heather, Bruno, and Ben presented a summary of the data they have been able to gather so far. Their efforts will be ongoing, but we agreed to close this AI for now.
June 2013-01: Patrick to invite Jim Wright (Oracle’s Open Source Policy and Strategy Officer) to attend an IP Working Group meeting and explain his concerns about incorporating material licensed under the EPL into the platform.
2013: Jim is scheduled to attend the IP Working Group meeting on July 11.
May 2013-01: Patrick to re-start the JSR 358 IP Working Group meetings after polling for a new time.
April 2013-02: Patrick Curran to talk to Yolande Poirier about translating Adopt-a-JSR website material into French.
April 29 2013: Heather Vancura met with Yolande at JavaOne in Moscow. We will follow up with her.
May 22 2013: In progress.
June 11 2013: we held a phone conference a couple of weeks ago - 20 participants. Have translated the top-level Adopt webpage into French. Also have a Spanish page up. Working on German, Chinese, and Arabic. Going very well! Will report back at the July meeting.
April 2013-03: Heather Vancura to investigate publishing on jcp.org the reasons why JSRs are dormant.
June 11 2013: In progress.
July 9 2013: DONE.
April 2013-05: Heather Vancura to schedule a review of JSR 907 for the Zurich meeting.
April 29 2013: On the agenda.
April 2013-06: Heather Vancura to schedule a meeting of the JSR Review Working Group.
April 29 2013: Done. A presentation was made at the Zurich f2f meeting.
March 2013-01: Bruno Souza to recruit members for a Working Group on individual membership.
April 9 2013: The Working Group is working. Bruno and Heather reported on its progress. See the meeting minutes for details.
February 2013-01: Ed Lynch to circulate the spreadsheet containing the JSR data discussed in his ecosystem presentation.
The minutes of the February meeting have been updated with links to the spreadsheet (which can be found here.)
February 2013-02: Gil Tene to present his IP proposals to the IP Working Group.
Mar 12 2013: Gil expressed some opinions during the JSR 358 portion of the March meeting.
February 2013-03: Scott Stark to present his IP proposals to the IP Working Group.