November 15, 2004
JBoss Inc announced it has been elected by program members of the Java Community Process (JCP) to the Executive Committee (EC) for the Standard/Enterprise Edition (SE/EE). JBoss was elected to the SE/EE Executive Committee alongside Google and Intel and will serve as a voting member for three years, helping guide the evolution of Java technologies.
"JBoss is gratified by this vote of confidence from JCP members to represent them in the Executive Committee where we hope to contribute our technical strengths to help shape the future of Java technology," said Marc Fleury, chairman and CEO of JBoss Inc. "JBoss is committed to the Java platform and standards technologies that will continue to keep the development process open and transparent. We look forward to working with other members of the SE/EE Executive Committee to ensure ongoing advances in Java technologies."
EC members guide the evolution of the Java technologies. Their specific responsibilities include voting on all technologies/Java Specification Requests (JSRs) developed through the JCP program; selecting JSRs for development; approving draft Specifications for Public Review; approving Final Specifications; reviewing TCK appeals; approving Maintenance revisions and possibly deferring some features to a new JSR; approving transfer of maintenance duties between members; and providing overall guidance to the Program Management Office (PMO).
"I am pleased to welcome JBoss to the JCP SE/EE Executive Committee, where the company's expertise in the J2EE(TM) technology and their background in open source software methodology will add important value to the Java Community," said Onno Kluyt, senior director and chair of the Java Community Process Program at Sun Microsystems. "JBoss's election by their peers in the JCP program to this important Executive Committee position is a testament to the shared common interest that underlies the community in the advancement of compatible Java implementations."
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