[jax-rs-spec users] [jsr339-experts] Re: JAX-RS 2.0.1 is out ?

From: Sergey Beryozkin <>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2014 16:20:43 +0100

Hi Marek

Thanks for doing the announcement and the clarifications.

I've created quite a few JIRAs recently and some of them are to do with
providing the clarifications at the spec text or JavaDocs level, we have
users opening issues around some grey areas in the spec/doc texts.
And I'm not very careful about adding the code that may not guarantee
the portability around the way the standard JAX-RS code is being treated

I marked them for 2.1 but thought may be I should review them and
re-mark for 2.0.1.

It's not a major problem though, you are right, no reason to be terribly
sad about it :-)

I'll check some of those issues and list them here - I won't insist for
then to make it to 2.0.2, if 2.1 work will start soon enough then would
be good enough for me to address them as part of 2.1

Thanks, Sergey

On 13/08/14 15:27, Marek Potociar wrote:
> I forgot to add:
> The 2.0.1 release has been delivered based on a community request. If
> you believe that there are more bugs that should be delivered as part of
> JAX-RS 2.0 bug-fix release, please bring them forward and we can discuss
> the feasibility of fixing those issues in a JAX-RS 2.0 bug-fix release
> and then decide to release 2.0.2, if necessary.
> Marek
> On 13 Aug 2014, at 16:22, Marek Potociar <
> <>> wrote:
>> Hi Sergey,
>> I was hoping to postpone the release announcement a little bit until
>> all the tasks are complete (JCP JSR-339 page update, updated RI
>> released), but your email made me send an early announcement - see my
>> previous email.
>> Now to your question about review: a bug-fix spec release is primarily
>> a maintenance job that is done by spec lead(s), there is not much room
>> for EG involvement. Santiago and me went through all the bugs (only
>> bugs can be addressed in a bug-fix release) and selected all that
>> could be fixed without breaking TCK (esp. signature tests). You can
>> find all the resolved issues here
>> <,%20priority%20DESC,%20created%20ASC>.
>> There's no need to be disappointed, it was a rather mundane task, in
>> fact :)
>> Cheers,
>> Marek
>> On 12 Aug 2014, at 17:27, Sergey Beryozkin <
>> <>> wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> I've spotted that 2.0.1 has been published to Central.
>>> Was it supposed to be at least mentioned on this list ?
>>> I saw Marek marking a couple of issues for 2.0.1, and I was planning
>>> to review all the issues I've opened recently and marked for 2.1.0
>>> and see if some of them might be addressed for 2.0.1
>>> A bit disappointed
>>> Thanks, Sergey
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