On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 10:05 AM, Mario Torre <neugens(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Il giorno mar, 28/08/2012 alle 00.36 -0400, Dan Allen ha scritto:
> 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!
Please, also add Thermostat:
Ping me if you want to know more about that.
Oh my goodness, I can't believe I left out thermostat! I've been telling
folks about Thermostat whenever I'm discussing Fedora Java. I'll definitely
include it in the brief. Thanks for calling my attention to it Mario.
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