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    • Inside JCP Java Community Process and JSRs JUG Chennai & JCP JSR – 331
    • About me
      • JUG Chennai Lead
      • Project Lead in Logica
      • Java developer since 1999
      • Areas: ERP, EIP, Manufacture, Design, Testing, Build, Deployment/Release, Service Delivery
      • Contribution: FXObjects, WeaverFX Build Tool, JSR 331
      • Currently brewing: JVM Languages, JavaFX, Glassfish, OSGi, Eclipse, Build, JSR 331
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    • Ecosystem
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    • http://www.readwriteweb.com/enterprise/2011/01/the-java-ecosystem-infographic.php
    • One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them .
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    • About JCP
      • Established in 1998
      •   A control center for developing standard technical specifications for Java technology.
      • Manages JSR lifecycle. The core output of the JCP
    • About Java Specification Request
      • A single version of a Java Specification.
      • Lead by a single leader called Spec Lead who forms and manages a Expert Group (The team who helping on the specification)
    • Artifacts of JSR
      • Specification
        • Detail document talks about the Spec. The real idea
      • Reference Implementation (RI)
        • Complete implementation of the spec. By product of the idea
      • Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK)
        • The working examples of the RI against Spec. Proof of the workign
    • JSR Overall schedule of events http://jcp.org/en/introduction/timeline
    • Java Specification Participation Agreement (JSPA)
      • A legal contract between members and Oracle.
      • Addresses Intellectual Property (IP) grants and the terms under which the spec, RI, and TCK should be licensed.
      Governance http://www.jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/JSPA2.pdf
    • JCP 2: Process Document
      • Defines the governance of the organization.
      • Defines the processes that are used to submit define, develop, review, approve, and maintain specifications.
      • Defines the obligations to produce an RI and TCK, and to
      • Define a test challenge process
      Governance http://jcp.org/en/procedures/jcp2
    • Organization
    • Organization Roals
      • JCP Chair
        • Leads the organization and manages the PMO.
      • Program Management Office (PMO)
        • Manages day-to-day operations of the organization.
      • Executive Committees
        • Define JCP governance, processes, and contractual terms of membership.
        • Vote on JSRs at defined stages through the process.
      • Expert Groups
        • Create JSRs (write the spec, develop the RI and TCK).
      • Members
        • Review specs, may participate in Expert Groups, vote in
        • Executive Committee elections.
    • Executive Committees
      • Two Executive Committees:
        • One for Java ME and one for Java SE and Java EE combined.
      • Each EC has 16 members.
      • Oracle has a permanent seat on each EC.
      • 10 of the other 15 seats are ratified by Oracle.
        • Oracle nominates a candidate; the entire JCP membership approves via ballot.
      • The remaining 5 seats are elected (any JCP member may nominate themselves.)
      • Yearly elections reconfirm or replace one-third of the members.
      • ECs meet ~monthly by phone, 3 times a year face-to-face.
      • EC meeting minutes are public.
      http://jcp.org/en/resources/EC_summaries
    • Executive Committee responsibilities
      • Review and vote on all JSRs associated with their EC.
      • Evolve the JSPA and the Process Document.
        • The JSPA and Process Document are modified through the JSR process itself.
        • The Executive Committees serve as the Expert Group for JSRs that make these changes; the Chair is the Spec Lead.
        • JSR 99 defined the JSPA, JSR 215 defined the Process Doc.
        • Two new JSRs to evolve the JSPA and Process Doc will be filed soon ( JCP.next .)
      • Represent their own interests to the JCP and the JCP to the developer and user community.
      • Advise the PMO.
    • Current Executive Committee membership
      • Java ME EC
        • – Stefano Andreani, Aplix, AT&T, CableLabs, IBM, Nokia, Oracle, RIM, Samsung, Sean Sheedy, Siemens, SK Telecom, T-Mobile, TOTVS,Vodafone.
        • – One vacancy recently filled by a Special Election (Alex Terrazas).
      • • Java SE/EE EC
        • Credit Suisse, Eclipse, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Google,HP, IBM, Intel, Werner Keil, Oracle, Red Hat, SAP, Vmware.
        • Three vacancies recently filled by a Special Election (Goldman Sachs, SouJava, London Java Community).
    • Spec Lead
      • The individual or institutional owner and driver of a JSR.
        • Recruits and organizes the activities of the Expert Group.
        • Responsible for delivering the Spec, RI, and TCK.
      • Intellectual Property rights to the technology incorporated in the JSR accrue to the Spec Lead.
        • Subject to obligations incurred under the JSPA.
      • The Spec Lead is free to define the terms under which the RI, and TCK will be licensed.
        • Subject to obligations incurred under the JSPA.
      • Oracle is the Spec Lead for the three existing Platforms: Java ME, Java SE, and Java EE.
    • Expert Group
      • The Expert Group is recruited and led by the Spec Lead.
        • All members of the JCP are eligible to join.
        • Participation by all interested parties is encouraged and desirable.
        • The EG works as a team to define the JSR and to develop the Spec, RI, and TCK.
      • The EG is free to define its own working style.
        • When and how often it meets, how it makes decisions...
      • Transparency is strongly encouraged.
        • EGs must explain their transparency strategy:
      • Public aliases, public issue list, Wikis, blogs...
        • EGs must respond publicly to comments.
    • The membership
      • Anyone who willing to spend their experience and time for the community can join.
      • Total membership is approximately 1500.
      • • 3700 registered users at jcp.org (not affliliated with a member).
    • JCP Update
      • Two JSRs will be filed soon to update the JCP's processes and constitution .
        • As defined in the Process Document and JSPA .
      • JCP.next JSR1 will focus on simple changes that can be implemented within about six months. http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=348
      • JCP.next JSR 2 will implement more complex changes, including any that require modifying the JSPA.
        • This will take 12-18 months to complete.
      • Both JSRs will operate transparently.
        • Open for observe and give feedback.
    • JCP and Indians
      • 46 members, 129 EG participants, 1218 registered users (includes members).
        • Members include JUG Chennai, Pramati Technologies, Tata Consultancy (and Limited), Wipro
    • JUGChennai & JCP
      • Motivate members to participate in JCP
      • Encourage members to reviewing and provide feedback.
      • Guide members to join JSRs
    • To join JUGChennai JCP community…
      • Active Participation in the community (consume & contribute both)
      • At least 4 years of experience
      • Contributor in any project is a plus!
      • Presented at least 2 JSRs (not yet final) in JUG meeting.
      • Must follow the JCP JSPA (will be provided once a member is confider.)
      http://jug-c.wikispaces.com/JCP+Community
    • JSR 331: Constraint Programming API http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=331 Spec Lead: Jacob Feldman http://cpstandard.wordpress.com http://cpstandards.org
    • Constraint Programming
      • Constraint Programming (CP) is a programming paradigm which provides useful tools to model and efficiently solve constraint satisfaction and optimization problems
      • Started in 1980s in the field of AI
        • Prolog III
        • CLP R , CHIP
      • Application of CP
        • Scheduling, sequencing, resource and personnel allocation, etc. etc.
    • JSR – 331
      • A specification to define a Java runtime API for constraint programming. The CP API prescribes a set of fundamental operations used to define and solve constraint satisfaction and optimization problems.
    • Concepts
      • CP demarcation  (All concepts revolves around any of these two category)
        • Problem Definition – About the ‘Problem’ root for variables and constraints
        • Problem Resolution – About the ‘Solver’ to execute different Search strategy called goals to find Solution for problem
      • A problem may have multiple solutions that produce different solutions pursuing different objectives.
    • Concepts..
      • Problem
        • ConstraintedObject  (such as  Var )
        • Constraint
      • Solver
        • Goal
        • Solution
    • Walkthrough of the JSR-331
      • JSR Stages
      • Specification
      • Reference Implementation (RI) (JavaDoc)
      • Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK)
    • References
      • “ JCP: The Future of java” by Heather VanCura
      • http://jcp.org
      • http://jcp.org/en/jsr/egnom?id=331
      • http://cpstandard.wordpress.com
      • http://cpstandards.org
      • http://4c110.ucc.ie/cpstandards/forum
      • http://hsimonis.wordpress.com