Posted by editor
on February 4, 2009 at 8:12 AM PST
JCP special election nominations... also:
Java Today:JSP special election to fill ME seat, XWiki/GlassFish webinar, and Grizzly 1.9.5
Weblogs: Java SE 6u12, WADL update, and M3DD thanks and followup
Forum posts: Using OSGi in phoneME Advanced, thread pool for GlassFish TimerServicer timeouts, and JXTA design legacies
JCP special election nominations
The JCP has announced the beginning of the special election to fill a vacated seat on the Mobile Edition JCP Executive Committee:
The nomination phase will continue until 17 February 2009. This Micro Edition EC seat is for a term ending in December 2010, and will fill Intel's vacated seat on the Java ME EC.
If you are a JCP member, you can nominate your candidate by sending an email to
This is your opportunity to get involved. Check this link for a description of EC duties.
Please contact the PMO with any questions concerning nomination preparation. As in the annual EC Elections, these will be self-nominations, open to JCP program members only. Click here if you would like to join the JCP program.
The election will take place between February 24 and March 9. Good luck to all the would-be nominees.
Also in Java Today ,
The Aquarium announces a Feb 5th Webinar - XWiki and GlassFish : "This week's webinar is the first of a new, occasional,
GlassFish Partner Series. This week's webinar is on Thursday, Feb 5th, 11 am PT. Vincent Massol will provide an overview of XWiki , the java-based, OpenSource Wiki and collaboration platform. XWiki is supported on GlassFish and is used in curriki and in the new (in progress) OpenSolaris.org Site . I've asked Vincent to also include a comparison with Atlassian Confluence, as that's what it is currently being used in Wikis.Sun.Com . Time permitting we will also discuss Vincent's experience embedding GFv3 into XWiki, and Alexis would join us for that segment."
Project Grizzly , the NIO-powered server framework, has just released version 1.9.5. Jean-Francois Arcand summarizes the major improvements in a new blog , which include a concurrent CometHandler , a reflector CometHandler ,. an improved GrizzlyWebServer , an improved Java API , performance improvements, an OSGi bundle , and more (see the complete issue list ).
Osvaldo Pinali Doederlein takes a look at the the 6u12 update in today's Weblogs . In
Sun JDK 6u12 released, good for both Swing and JavaFX , he writes, "whether you are a Swing diehard or a JavaFX enthusiast, Sun's latest JRE is yet another important improvement for client-side Java."
Marc Hadley introduces a Draft WADL Update . "Its been just over two years since the last version of WADL was published and, in the intervening time, a number of issues have accumulated. I've held off making regular updates for reasons of stability but I think there's sufficient backlog now to require a new version."
Finally, wrapping up this year's conference, Terrence Barr posts a
M3DD: Thanks & follow-up . "I'm just coming up for air again ... M3DD took all my attention for the past three weeks and after it was done I had a bunch of things to follow-up on, sift through hundreds of piled-up emails, and finally take two days off for a desperately-needed break. Late, but anyway, I wanted to share a brief follow-up on M3DD:"
In today's Forums ,
jjjaime reports success Using OSGi in phoneME Advanced . "We have successfully deployed an OSGi r4 framework on top of phoneME Advance in a Windows Mobile device. We