Reviews run for a minimum of one week. The outcome of the review is decided on this date. This is the last day to make comments or ask questions about this review.
Following a successful review, we will turn the Eclipse EE4J projects described below into specification projects as defined by the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP). This involves changes to each project's name and scope, along with alignment with the Jakarta EE Working Group.
Additional changes are described in the linked GitHub issues.
Eclipse Project for JAX-RS will be renamed to "Jakarta RESTful Web Services" with the following specification scope:
Jakarta RESTful Web Services defines a standard for development of web services following the Representational State Transfer (REST) architectural pattern.
Eclipse Project for JSON Processing will be renamed "Jakarta JSON Processing" with the following specification scope:
Jakarta JSON Processing defines a Java(R) based framework for parsing, generating, transforming, and querying JSON documents.
Eclipse Project for JAF will be renamed "Jakarta Activation" with the following specification scope:
Jakarta Activation defines a set of standard services to: determine the MIME type of an arbitrary piece of data; encapsulate access to it; discover the operations available on it; and instantiate the appropriate bean to perform the operation(s).
Eclipse Project for JPA will be renamed "Jakarta Persistence" with the following specification scope:
Jakarta Persistence defines a standard for management of persistence and object/relational mapping in Java(R) environments.
Eclipse Project for WebSocket will be renamed "Jakarta WebSocket" with the following scope:
Jakarta WebSocket defines how Jakarta based applications create and manage WebSocket Clients and Servers.