Revealed in an Oracle blog post last week, the 2012 elections will be the start of some big changes for the EC
Oracle have submitted the first of two JSRs to change the JCP.
London Java Community and SouJava win seats on the EC.
Oracle’s nomination of SouJava stirs up some old JCP-related debates.
Jim Jagielski posts alternative resignation notice.
The Apache Software Foundation concludes that that JCP is not an open specification process.
JSRs 334, 335, 336 and 337 pass the EC vote.
Google are in hot water after rival companies ejustice.fr, Foundem and Ciao file complaints against the search giant.
The elections results may be in, but the community still have a few bug-bears when it comes to the JCP……