"The Program Management Office of the Java Community Process
(JCP) program today announced the new Executive Committee (EC)
members of the JCP, the community process for evolving Java
technology. These 30 EC members, who were voted into office by the
Java technology developer community through the JCP program, will
guide the development of the Java platform for a 3-year term
staggered to allow for 5 of the 15 seats of each Executive
Committee to come up for election each year. The new EC members
will take office on December 12, 2000."
"Hosted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, the JCP 2.0 elections process
highlights that the JCP 2.0 program, launched last June, is a
successful, open, community-based process for developing Java
technology specifications, reference implementations and associated
technology compatibility kits. The JCP community members' active
participation in the elections process demonstrates that the
software industry is dedicated to the JCP program's goal of rapidly
developing the Java technologies while balancing the need to
maintain cross-platform capability, Java's most valuable
characteristic. The JCP program has been in place since 1998. JCP
2.0 builds upon the original process by creating two separate
executive committees -- consumer/embedded and enterprise markets --
and by clarifying processes for issue resolution, responsibility
sharing, and voting."
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