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JSR #310 Date and Time API
The materials on this page are provided by the Spec Lead of this JSR for evaluation and feedback.
These materials are not final, and are subject to change as the JSR progresses through the process.
Project information for JSR-310 is found in the OpenJDK Project ThreeTen and The Threeten Project.
Is the schedule for the JSR publicly available, current, and updated regularly?
JSR-310 is included in the JavaTM 8 Release (JSR-337) and is following its schedule.
Can the public read and/or write to a wiki for the JSR?
A public readable wiki for JSR310 exists but is unused. It is not publicly writeable, discussion is encouraged at the mailing list instead.
Is there a publicly accessible discussion board for the JSR that you read and respond to regularly?
Discussion occurs on the primary mailing list and on the OpenJDK Core-libs-dev mail lists. Spec leads regularly participate on both lists.
Have you spoken at conferences and events about the JSR recently?
At JavaOne 2013 two sessions were dedicated to the Java Time API.
Are you using open-source processes for the development of the RI and/or the TCK?
The JSR has been run along Open Source lines since the beginning. The source code of the Reference Implementation and TCK has driven the specification. The source code has always been available, first at Sourceforge and at GitHub and now in OpenJDK TL. The project has evolved guided by a public mailing list.
The OpenJDK Threeten Project was used to facilitate integration into OpenJDK.
Earlier versions of the source code is available under the BSD 3-clause license. Discussion contributions are freely accepted, however code contributions are accepted under the JSR-310 Contributor Agreement, based on the previous Sun Contributor Agreement.
What is the location of your publicly-accessible Issue list?
The JDK Bug System is used to track OpenJDK bugs in
The JSR 310 issue tracker, located at GitHub, is fully read-write.
What is the mechanism for the public to provide feedback on your JSR?
Discussion occurs on the
The issue trackers are open for comments and new issues to be raised.
Where is the publicly-accessible document archive for your Expert Group?
The source code is the primary set of documents discussed and it is hosted
in the OpenJDK 8 Mercurial Repository;
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