Want to join: Propose again JSR 323: "Strong Mobility for Java"?
dalibor.topic at oracle.com
Thu Sep 29 12:35:43 UTC 2016
This sounds like an exploratory research project, rather than a concrete
feature. I'd suggest checking out Project Graal and joining graal-dev to
discuss your ideas.
Looking at the votes from the JSR's rejection, I suspect that many of
the reasons for the rejection are still valid or may even be stronger
today, considering the past decade of development in hypervisors and
related technologies, though.
On 28.09.2016 16:47, Larbi Boundaoui wrote:
> I am sending it now as a member.
> On 28/09/2016 16:11, Larbi Boundaoui wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I proposed this to the Java Community Process on Oracle web site and
>> I've been advise to come here as this proposal was a Java SE targeted
>> JSR, and the current state of play with Java SE JSRs is that they
>> almost always are created with the the RI project (OpenJDK).
>> So what do you think about proposing again the JSR 323: "Strong
>> Mobility for Java" ?
>> It's been proposed and rejected in 2008, and I believe there is a
>> fertile market and there are use cases for it today.
>> If you think there are better groups to send this request to please
>> guide me to them.
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