Fedora Java enthusiasts,

I'm working on a page that presents the goal that many of us share to make Fedora the preferred environment of choice for Java and JVM platform developers. The page explains why Fedora Java is important both to the distribution (so that these packages get highlighted in the announcements and other marketing) and to the developers.

If you're interested in seeing Fedora get adopted by more Java and JVM platform developers, read over the draft and let me know what you think. I'm definitely interested to discover if it's inaccurate or misleading in anyway. I'm also interested to here what *your* vision is for Fedora Java. (If it's different than the vision I outlined, that's *okay*).


The more Java developers we have using Fedora, the more participation we'll likely see in the Java SIG.


p.s. If you have any other Java-related features you'd like to see highlighted in Fedora 18, please let us know!

Dan Allen
Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat | Author of Seam in Action
Registered Linux User #231597