Posted by editor
on April 20, 2007 at 8:31 AM PDT
What kind of transparency do you want from JSR expert groups? Also:
java.net Poll: How should JSR expert groups typically conduct their work?
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What kind of transparency do you want from JSR expert groups?
Yesterday's blog kicked off some discussion about what the right form a JSR expert group's work should take, whether it be completely private, or exposed to the public in some form as it develops. User
robilad, better known to fans as Dalibor Topic, suggested this would make for a good poll, and that's a great idea. Putting it up as a poll will continue the discussion while also getting a broad but quantifiable sense of what the community as a whole wants to see from JSR expert groups.
Specifically, the new java.net Poll asks
"How should JSR expert groups typically conduct their work?" You can cast your vote on the front page, and then visit the results page for current tallies and discussion.
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