Como anda a JSR do Groovy?05/03/2009 00:00
Q: I've noticed that JSR XXX is labeled "Inactive". What does "Inactive" mean?
A: This means that the JSR has not gone final and that its Spec Lead and Expert Group have not published a milestone draft for their JSR in more than 18 months. This may mean that the specification has reached a particularly difficult stage in its development, or that the community interest in the JSR has waned. Once the "Inactive" label is applied, the PMO works closely with the Spec Leads of any "Inactive" JSRs to get them to produce the next milestone draft/release so as to remove the "Inactive" label. If the Spec Lead and Expert Group are unable to produce a draft after a further six months from the application of the "Inactive" label - that is to say, a JSR goes at least two years without posting a draft or release - the PMO may withdraw the JSR in question from the process.
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