Sun is telling us that the Java community needs to be unified for Java to succeed. But the JSRs themselves are often geared towards only specific segments of the community. This is in direct conflict with the whole community push.
A thousand little blogs, all alike.
Someone at the first Community Meeting last night asked about whether Sun could be trusted to "do the right thing" with java.net.
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Over 1,000 new members since the launch and 44 new projects today already.
There's five things going on at once? Choose one, read the blogs about the rest.
In this morning's announcement of java.net, the blogging community was
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Monday saw this year's JavaPro round-table
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Where have we come from and where are we going with Java?