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The Java Community Process (http://jcp.org) defines the way Java standards are created. Through this process, members of the community are invited to work together in expert groups (EG) to create new Java specifications. If you wanted to create a new specification, you would file a Java Specification Request (JSR) with the JCP Program Management Office (PMO). To date, there have been over 200 JSRs filed, and they're at various phases of development. Some have been finalized and are being deployed in products, while others are just getting started. In this article, I describe my experiences at leading the expert group in a recent JSR - JSR-118: Mobile Information Device Profile 2.0. (To see a list of the JSRs and learn more about what their goals and statuses are, please visit http://jcp.org/jsr/all/index.en.jsp.) As you would expect, the Mobile Information Device Pro... (more)