Posted by jbob
on June 25, 2004 at 11:52 AM PDT
The java.net Advisory Board had their quarterly meeting on June 3rd. This blog explains what the Advisory Board is and where to find the meeting notes.
The java.net Advisory Board is a group of well-known and well-respected academics and industry experts who advise the communities, projects, and participants of java.net on issues related to Java technology and community building. This panel of experts operates in a purely advisory role. They communicate with the java.net community both directly and through the Community Manager.
Our governance allows for 10 initial seats on our Advisory Board to be filled by invitation. We currently have 5 Advisory Board seats filled and the members are:
- Mike Bellissimo
- Dick Gabriel
- Tim O'Reilly
- Jack Serfass
- Ingrid Van Den Hoogen
The java.net Advisory Board meets quarterly to discuss java.net and to provide recommendations to the Community Manager. Meeting notes get published to the file sharing area of the java-net project .
On June 3, 2004, the Advisory Board had their quarterly meeting via concall and the meeting notes have been posted . Some highlights of the discussion include:
- A review of java.net's accomplishments over the last quarter, including a review of the May monthly report .
- A review of a recent java.net planning offsite.
- java.net plans for Java One 2004 and other events that java.net should participate in.
- Whether or not it would be appropriate to allow limited commercial content on java.net
Please read the meeting notes for more information and to read the Boards recommendations.
You can find a complete listing of all members on all java.net boards on our Board Members page . For more information on the Advisory Board, please review our Governance .
Questions and comments for the Advisory Board should be directed to the Advisory Board discussion forum located in the java-net project.