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JSR 376: JavaTM Platform Module System

Open Nominations

Nomination Type Full Name Biography Spec Lead Comments Submission date Spec Lead Vote PMO Vote


Approved Nominations

Nomination Type Full Name Biography Spec Lead Comments Submission date Spec Lead Vote PMO Vote
Expert Group Robert Scholte Robert Scholte, member of the Apache Maven project for over five years and the current chairman. I am responsible for most of the implementations done to adopt Java9 in several Maven plugins. This year I have been a speaker on 4 conferences talking about these topics. Dec 6, 2016 Y Y
Expert Group Neil Bartlett Neil Bartlett, a Principal Engineer and Consultant with Paremus, is an experienced software developer and consultant specialising in Java, OSGi and Eclipse technologies. Neil has been working with OSGi technology and modularity since 2004. His OSGi and modularity expertise is well recognized and he has provided modularity consulting and training for numerous organizations and individuals in many different countries over the last 12 years. Neilís willingness to help people get to grips with OSGi has also meant he can often be found responding to OSGi-related questions on StackOverflow. His current passion is to make sure that modular development with OSGi is easier than with the Java classpath. In connection with this Neil is the creator of Bndtools which offers an Eclipse-based development environment that makes it easy and productive to develop with OSGi. Neil has also undertaken some initial investigation of JS376 and OSGi being used together (see https://blogs.paremus.com/2015/11/osgi-and-java-9-modules-working-together/). Oct 6, 2016 Y Y
Expert Group Jason van Zyl I have long worked on issues related to modularity in applications and in development tools as part of work on the Apache Maven project, work at Sonatype, work at Takari, and OSGi related work on M2Eclipse at the Eclipse Foundation. I am very interested in how modularity evolves for the Java platform and think I have some good ideas to contribute. May 20, 2015 Y Y
Expert Group Peter Kriens OSGi Director of Technology & OSGi Fellow. 17 years of experience in Java modularity. Jan 25, 2015 Y Y
Expert Group Wayne Beaton Wayne is the Director of Open Source Projects at the Eclipse Foundation. He was an early adopter of Java who has worked on numerous large-scale enterprise Java projects as a developer, project lead, and educator/mentor. He has considerable experience building and extending Eclipse. He has wrestled with classpath and class loading issues, and experienced the joys and pains of working with modularity frameworks like Java EE and OSGi. Jan 14, 2015 Y Y
Expert Group Rťmi Forax Assistant Prof at Paris East University Experts for JSR 292 and 335 Jan 14, 2015 Y Y
Expert Group Tim Ellison Tim Ellison is a senior technical staff member at IBM's Java Technology Centre and has been involved in design and delivery of the IBM Java SDK for many years. He has worked with large modular systems, implemented a modular Java runtime, and participated in workgroups for architecting module infrastructure. Tim is IBM's Java 9 technical leader. Dec 24, 2014 Y Y
Expert Group David Lloyd David Lloyd is a principal software engineer at Red Hat, Inc. working on JBoss projects, including JBoss Modules, a run time Java module system. Dec 15, 2014 Y Y
Expert Group Hans Dockter Hans is the founder of Gradle and Gradleware. Hans has 13 years of experience as a software developer, team leader, architect, trainer, and technical mentor in vast array of industry sectors such as automotive, finance, public transport and business intelligence. Hans is a thought leader in the field of build automation and has successfully been in charge of numerous large-scale enterprise builds. A key focus of his work is module management as part of the build. Dec 13, 2014 Y Y
Expert Group Timothy Boudreau Software engineer, first startup in 1981 at age 13, worked for Sun Microsystems for 11 years on NetBeans and the NetBeans module system and doing consulting for Sun Professional Services, architect roles at Kii, Chiliad, Visitrend, and Digital Ignite; coauthor of two books on the NetBeans platform and modular programming. Dec 12, 2014 Y Y
Expert Group Bob Lee Former CTO of Square, created Guice, leads JSR-330, formerly led Android core library team Dec 12, 2014 Y Y


Processed Nominations

Nomination Type Full Name Biography Spec Lead Comments Submission date Spec Lead Vote PMO Vote
Expert Group Neil Bartlett Neil Bartlett, a Principal Engineer, Consultant and Trainer with Paremus, is an experienced software developer, consultant and trainer specialising in Java, OSGi, Eclipse and Haskell. Neil has been working with OSGi and modularity technology since 2004. His OSGi and modularity expertise is well recognized across the world and he has provided consulting and training for numerous organizations and individuals in many different countries. Neilís willingness to help people get to grips with OSGi has also meant he can often be found responding to many of the OSGi Stack Overflow related questions. His current passion is to make sure that development with OSGi is easier than developing with Java. To this end Neil is the creator of Bndtools which offers a plugin to Eclipse, leveraging Bnd, that makes it easy and productive to develop with OSGi. Neil is actively engaged in the OSGi Alliance Enterprise Expert Group, which is tasked with defining the specifications for Enterprise OSGi. Dec 4, 2015 N Y
Expert Group Neil Bartlett Neil Bartlett, a Principal Engineer, Consultant and Trainer with Paremus, is an experienced software developer, consultant and trainer specialising in Java, OSGi, Eclipse and Haskell. Neil has been working with OSGi and modularity technology since 2004. His OSGi and modularity expertise is well recognized across the world and he has provided consulting and training for numerous organizations and individuals in many different countries. Neilís willingness to help people get to grips with OSGi has also meant he can often be found responding to many of the OSGi Stack Overflow related questions. His current passion is to make sure that development with OSGi is easier than developing with Java. To this end Neil is the creator of Bndtools which offers a plugin to Eclipse, leveraging Bnd, that makes it easy and productive to develop with OSGi. Neil is actively engaged in the OSGi Alliance Enterprise Expert Group, which is tasked with defining the specifications for Enterprise OSGi. Jul 1, 2015 N Y
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    PProcessing - The Spec Lead has seen the nomination and needs more time to arrive at a decision
    NNo - The Spec Lead has decided that this nominee should not be on the JSR
    YYes - The Spec Lead wants the nominee on the JSR

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    XNot able to be on a JSR - The PMO has determined that this person cannot be on this JSR
    YYes - The PMO views this as a valid nomination with a current Membership in place