[cdi-dev] Writing about CDI 2.0 and work in EG

Antoine Sabot-Durand antoine at sabot-durand.net
Mon Sep 1 11:21:37 EDT 2014

Hi Thorben,

I’m answering on the mailing list since others can be interested. Everything around the specification will be transparent end publicly available. On the JCP side this transparency is describe in version 2.9 of JCP process document : https://jcp.org/en/procedures/jcp2_9#1 <https://jcp.org/en/procedures/jcp2_9#1>. On our side (Red Hat) we treat this project as any other ASL2 open Source project. JSPA signature and legal mention added to the ML footer and IRC are only here to avoid future Intellectual Property dispute.
So if you want to describe what’s happening with CDI 2.0 EG, you’re very welcome, since it’ll help for the JSR communication.



> Le 1 sept. 2014 à 16:19, Thorben Janssen <thjanssen123 at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hey Antoine,
> are there any limitations on writing about our work in the expert group? 
> Everything is open and published under a open source license. So from my point of view, there should be no limitations. Am I missing something?
> There are two things I am currently thinking about:
> - The start of the expert group would be an interesting topic for a blog post.
> - The ongoing work might be an interesting topic for an article in the german print magazine "Java Magazin". I got 4 month to write my current article and it will be published 1,5 month later. So I would submit the proposal next month and expect to get a deadline for beginning of next year. 
> What do you think?
> Regards,
> Thorben
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