[jpa-spec users] Re: Feedback on the JPA 2.2 MR process...

From: Paul Benedict <>
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 09:18:22 -0600

Will not the JPA 2.2. process comb the backlog to see what other good
issues can be included? I watched the presentation too and know EclipseLink
has many supposed 2.2 features already prototyped; I just wasn't expecting
it to be the end-all of the entire feature set.


On Thu, Dec 10, 2015 at 9:10 AM, Scott Marlow <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have some feedback that I would like to share about the JPA 2.2 process
> (see email [1]). While, I enjoyed listening
> to Lukas Jungmann's presentation [2], I am disappointed to not yet be able
> to participate in the discussion of what changes should be in JPA 2.2. I
> think it is very important that we follow the JCP 2.9 1.1.1 [3] guidance.
> I think that the easiest way to ensure that the substantial development of
> the JPA 2.2 MR specification is observable, is to immediately start a
> mailing list.
> I also would like to congratulate Lukas Jungmann, on being the new JPA
> specification lead! :-)
> Regards,
> Scott
> [1]
> [2]
> [3] Section 1.1.1 from
> Expert Groups may choose to keep purely administrative matters private,
> but all substantive business must be performed in a manner that allows the
> public to observe their work and to respond to it. All proceedings,
> discussions, and working documents must be published, and a mechanism must
> be established to allow the public to provide feedback. One common way of
> meeting these requirements is through the use of mailing lists, but other
> alternatives such as blogs, Wikis, and discussion forums may be preferred.
> Whatever communication mechanisms are chosen, these must include an
> archiving function so that a record of all communications is preserved.
> Archives must be readable by the public. 3
> "