CFV: New Project: Three Ten

Alex Buckley alex.buckley at
Wed Aug 22 18:19:27 UTC 2012


Please clarify that the name of the proposed OpenJDK project is "Three 
Ten", not "ThreeTen". "ThreeTen" is the SourceForge project but you 
used it in the body where "Three Ten" was needed.

Essentially, the ThreeTen project on SourceForge is going to contribute 
materials to the Three Ten project on OpenJDK.

Now that nomenclature is all cleared up (!), my main question: what 
mailing lists are planned for the Three Ten project? If the JSR 310 
specification is to be "contributed" to OpenJDK, then it will 
presumably need a comment-and-evaluation-licensed mailing list separate 
from a GPL'd list for RI discussion.


On Wednesday, August 22, 2012 4:55:31 AM, Iris Clark wrote:
> I hereby propose the creation of the ThreeTen Project with Roger Riggs as the Lead and Core Libraries as the sponsoring Group.
> As discussed earlier [1], the goal of the ThreeTen Project is to integrate the JSR 310 Date and Time API [2] Reference Implementation (RI) into JDK 8 [3].  Currently, JSR 310 is hosted on SourceForge [4] and the source code is hosted at Github [5].  The ThreeTen Project will contribute the JSR 310 RI, specification, and tests to OpenJDK.  This Project depends on other OpenJDK Projects such as Project Lambda and other related internationalization updates.
> The JSR 310 public discussion list [6] will continue to be hosted on SourceForge.  The development of the specification, RI, and tests will continue on Github and be periodically merged into the ThreeTen Project.
> The proposed Project Lead is Roger Riggs, a co-spec lead of JSR 310 with Stephen Colebourne and Michael Nascimento Santos.  Roger has been working in the Core Libraries Group to facilitate the integration of the JSR 310 RI into JDK 8.
> The initial committers will be: Stephen Colebourne, Sherman Shen, Roger Riggs, James Gough, and Richard Warburton.
> Votes are due by 7:00pm UTC on Wednesday, 5 September [7].
> Only current OpenJDK Members [8] are eligible to vote on this motion.  Votes must be cast in the open by replying to this mailing list.
> For Lazy Consensus voting instructions, see [9].
> Thanks!
> Iris Clark
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