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Re: RIP, Bill Shannon

 

This is my personal tribute to the late Bill Shannon – a true giant of the Java ecosystem: https://reza-rahman.me/2020/06/27/a-tribute-to-bill-shannon-a-giant-of-the-java-ecosystem/. Please spread word: https://twitter.com/reza_rahman/status/1277084662289125376. This was a good man that deserves it.

Reza Rahman
Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, Speaker

Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer.

On 6/26/2020 9:45 PM, Sharat Chander wrote:
Java Champions and JUG Leaders,

I'm sorry to share the passing of Bill Shannon. Some of you knew him with regard to the important role he played in leading efforts to bring server-side Java to life, a journey that started at Sun back in 1980 as employee #11. While previously known at J2EE and recently Java EE, Bill was instrumental in the Jakarta transition, as well as a myriad of other key technology contributions spanning over 40 years.

If you knew Bill, you'd know that he was beyond private, humble and sincere. I'm going to miss those traits the most.

RIP, Bill.

-Sharat


Re: RIP, Bill Shannon

Ben Evans
 

My condolences to Bill's friends and family.

I remember when the LJC had just joined the JCP Executive Committee,
and Bill was most patient and kind to the newbies who didn't know
anything.

He will be greatly missed.

Ben



Ben

On Sat, 27 Jun 2020 at 03:45, Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:

Java Champions and JUG Leaders,

I'm sorry to share the passing of Bill Shannon. Some of you knew him
with regard to the important role he played in leading efforts to bring
server-side Java to life, a journey that started at Sun back in 1980 as
employee #11. While previously known at J2EE and recently Java EE, Bill
was instrumental in the Jakarta transition, as well as a myriad of other
key technology contributions spanning over 40 years.

If you knew Bill, you'd know that he was beyond private, humble and
sincere. I'm going to miss those traits the most.

RIP, Bill.

-Sharat



Re: RIP, Bill Shannon

Cesar Hernandez
 

My deepest condolences for his family, friends, and the Java community.


El vie., 26 jun. 2020 a las 19:53, Jason Lee (<jason@...>) escribió:
Such sad news. I worked with Bill on GlassFish for several years, and he was always helpful and kind. His grasp on such a wide breadth of the system, and the depth of that understanding, was always impressive and inspiring. That's a big loss to the tech world. Prayers for his close friends and family. Thanks for sharing, Sharat. :|

On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 8:45 PM Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Java Champions and JUG Leaders,

I'm sorry to share the passing of Bill Shannon. Some of you knew him
with regard to the important role he played in leading efforts to bring
server-side Java to life, a journey that started at Sun back in 1980 as
employee #11. While previously known at J2EE and recently Java EE, Bill
was instrumental in the Jakarta transition, as well as a myriad of other
key technology contributions spanning over 40 years.

If you knew Bill, you'd know that he was beyond private, humble and
sincere. I'm going to miss those traits the most.

RIP, Bill.

-Sharat





--



--
Atentamente:
César Hernández.


Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

Jacek Laskowski
 

Hi,

FWIW I've noticed a 20-30-second delay with OBS and YouTube that could be due to OBS itself (not necessarily Crowdcast or YouTube). I haven't figured out exactly why it happens but live interaction was very painful.


On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 8:28 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
We've started to use Crowdcast streaming via OBS tool. We've caught good quality on displaying codes but there is a some delay about 20-30 seconds. It makes it hard to communicate instantly with attendees.

Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul

On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 7:43 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Thank you @Huseyin and @David Gomez Garcia 

I've done a test and it was very interesting, apparently it worked very well.

@Ivar Grimstad there's a step to request login to the Jakarta crowdcast account. I already did..... Which is the time of response ? I assume I should receive an email when I can log in with the Jakarta EE account ?

Thank you

Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 19 jun. 2020 a las 16:32, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi David,

We organized many meetings at Crowdcast and except for some resolution issues, I mentioned before, we did not encounter connection problems.

We did not observe a latency in screen sharing and speaker sound during the meetings.

Best

David Gomez Garcia <dgomezg@...>, 19 Haz 2020 Cum, 14:37 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
Hi Jonathan.

I haven't tried Crowdcast, but I've run a couple of online meetups during this lock-down period using meet.jit.si and it was stable and smooth.

The only problem I faced was that the first meetup, there were no available streamers to record the meetup directly to youtube, and I had to use OBS to record the meeting.

(and jit.si is open source, which is something I know you value a lot ;) ).

But, if someone gives more insight in how stable the connection is with Crowdcast I'd be happy to try it in one of our next meetups.

My .02c.

David.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Re: AdoptOpenJDK - Making Java free again

Daniel Dias
 

Hello 

SouJava is available to host this event in our virtual meetings.
Let me know when you can. my contact: daniel.dias.analistati@...

thanks.
--
Daniel Dias dos Santos
Java Developer
SouJava & JCP Member
Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/danieldiasjava


Em qui., 18 de jun. de 2020 às 04:07, Martin Ahrer <this@...> escreveu:

Hi Hendrik,

the Enterprise Java User Group Austria would be pleased to have you talk on that. Please get in touch with me: this@...

Thanks
Martin
____________________________________________________________
Martin Ahrer | together we'll make IT | Java Enterprise Consulting and Training
Community Founder and Leader of Enterprise Java User Group Austria
Libenauerstraße 69 | A-4040 Lichtenberg | Austria
mobile +43 699 11668668 | web http://www.martinahrer.at | email this@... | skype callto://martin.ahrer 


Am Fr., 12. Juni 2020 um 19:07 Uhr schrieb hendrik.ebbers via groups.io <hendrik.ebbers=me.com@groups.io>:
Hi all,
 
since a lot of JUGs around the world currently organise virtual meetings we (George and I) asked ourself if some of you are interested in hosting our AdoptOpenJDK talk as a virtual event. We are both part of the AdoptOpenJDK Technical Steering Committee and would like to give an introduction about the community project and help developers to understand the differences between all the Java vendors, Java builds & the OpenJDK.
 
 
If you are interested here is an abstract about our session:
 
AdoptOpenJDK - Making Java free again
 
AdoptOpenJDK is rapidly becoming a leading provider of OpenJDK™ binaries. With over 140 million downloads in the last year, it is now a serious contender for your production usage of Java™. AdoptOpenJDK provides prebuilt OpenJDK™ binaries from a fully open source set of build scripts and infrastructure. This talk will cover how we build on over 15 different platforms, execute over 87 million tests and distribute OpenJDK™ binaries to millions of users. We will also cover how AdoptOpenJDK binaries compare against the Java™ binaries that you use today. If you're curious to understand the difference between OpenJDK™, Oracle Java™, AdoptOpenJDK and all the other distributions, then this is the talk for you!
 
George Adams is the Java Program Manager at Microsoft and is the recently appointed chair of the Technical Steering Committee at AdoptOpenJDK. Since co-founding AdoptOpenJDK in 2016 he has been leading the community outreach efforts at AdoptOpenJDK and is heavily involved in the Java ecosystem. George also contributes to both the OpenJS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation where he is a core collaborator and plays an active role in several of the workgroups.
 
Hendrik Ebbers is a co-founder of Karakun AG and lives in Dortmund, Germany. He is the founder and leader of the Java User Group Dortmund and gives talks and presentations in user groups and conferences. His JavaFX book "Mastering JavaFX 8 Controls" was released 2014 by Oracle press. Hendrik is JavaOne Rockstar, JSR expert group member and Java Champion. Hendrik is member of the AdoptOpenJDK TSC.
 
 
Stay safe!
 
Hendrik


Re: RIP, Bill Shannon

Jason Lee
 

Such sad news. I worked with Bill on GlassFish for several years, and he was always helpful and kind. His grasp on such a wide breadth of the system, and the depth of that understanding, was always impressive and inspiring. That's a big loss to the tech world. Prayers for his close friends and family. Thanks for sharing, Sharat. :|


On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 8:45 PM Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Java Champions and JUG Leaders,

I'm sorry to share the passing of Bill Shannon. Some of you knew him
with regard to the important role he played in leading efforts to bring
server-side Java to life, a journey that started at Sun back in 1980 as
employee #11. While previously known at J2EE and recently Java EE, Bill
was instrumental in the Jakarta transition, as well as a myriad of other
key technology contributions spanning over 40 years.

If you knew Bill, you'd know that he was beyond private, humble and
sincere. I'm going to miss those traits the most.

RIP, Bill.

-Sharat





RIP, Bill Shannon

Sharat Chander
 

Java Champions and JUG Leaders,

I'm sorry to share the passing of Bill Shannon. Some of you knew him with regard to the important role he played in leading efforts to bring server-side Java to life, a journey that started at Sun back in 1980 as employee #11. While previously known at J2EE and recently Java EE, Bill was instrumental in the Jakarta transition, as well as a myriad of other key technology contributions spanning over 40 years.

If you knew Bill, you'd know that he was beyond private, humble and sincere. I'm going to miss those traits the most.

RIP, Bill.

-Sharat


ROUND 2 - "Best of the JDK" Feature Face-Off

Sharat Chander
 

Folks,

Round 1 of the "Best of the JDK" feature face-off completed this week. Over 9500+ votes were cast over Twitter! THANK YOU!

Today, we start Round 2...for sure, we'd welcome your continued help to promote this throughout your developer networks (feel free to re-tweet[1]), as well as VOTE!
(you have 24 hours to get your vote in!)

[1] https://twitter.com/java/status/1276540405543100416?s=20

Regards,
-Sharat





Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

Ivar Grimstad
 



On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 8:28 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
We've started to use Crowdcast streaming via OBS tool. We've caught good quality on displaying codes but there is a some delay about 20-30 seconds. It makes it hard to communicate instantly with attendees.

Yes, the OBS solution only works for broadcast without interaction. This delay of 20 secs is also mentioned in the Crowdcast help section. 
Streaming directly through Crowdcast is a better option if you want to use the chat to communicate during the talk.

Ivar
 

Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul

On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 7:43 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Thank you @Huseyin and @David Gomez Garcia 

I've done a test and it was very interesting, apparently it worked very well.

@Ivar Grimstad there's a step to request login to the Jakarta crowdcast account. I already did..... Which is the time of response ? I assume I should receive an email when I can log in with the Jakarta EE account ?

Thank you

Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 19 jun. 2020 a las 16:32, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi David,

We organized many meetings at Crowdcast and except for some resolution issues, I mentioned before, we did not encounter connection problems.

We did not observe a latency in screen sharing and speaker sound during the meetings.

Best

David Gomez Garcia <dgomezg@...>, 19 Haz 2020 Cum, 14:37 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
Hi Jonathan.

I haven't tried Crowdcast, but I've run a couple of online meetups during this lock-down period using meet.jit.si and it was stable and smooth.

The only problem I faced was that the first meetup, there were no available streamers to record the meetup directly to youtube, and I had to use OBS to record the meeting.

(and jit.si is open source, which is something I know you value a lot ;) ).

But, if someone gives more insight in how stable the connection is with Crowdcast I'd be happy to try it in one of our next meetups.

My .02c.

David.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

Taner Diler
 

We've started to use Crowdcast streaming via OBS tool. We've caught good quality on displaying codes but there is a some delay about 20-30 seconds. It makes it hard to communicate instantly with attendees.

Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul

On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 7:43 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Thank you @Huseyin and @David Gomez Garcia 

I've done a test and it was very interesting, apparently it worked very well.

@Ivar Grimstad there's a step to request login to the Jakarta crowdcast account. I already did..... Which is the time of response ? I assume I should receive an email when I can log in with the Jakarta EE account ?

Thank you

Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 19 jun. 2020 a las 16:32, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi David,

We organized many meetings at Crowdcast and except for some resolution issues, I mentioned before, we did not encounter connection problems.

We did not observe a latency in screen sharing and speaker sound during the meetings.

Best

David Gomez Garcia <dgomezg@...>, 19 Haz 2020 Cum, 14:37 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
Hi Jonathan.

I haven't tried Crowdcast, but I've run a couple of online meetups during this lock-down period using meet.jit.si and it was stable and smooth.

The only problem I faced was that the first meetup, there were no available streamers to record the meetup directly to youtube, and I had to use OBS to record the meeting.

(and jit.si is open source, which is something I know you value a lot ;) ).

But, if someone gives more insight in how stable the connection is with Crowdcast I'd be happy to try it in one of our next meetups.

My .02c.

David.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

Jonathan Vila
 

Thank you @Huseyin and @David Gomez Garcia 

I've done a test and it was very interesting, apparently it worked very well.

@Ivar Grimstad there's a step to request login to the Jakarta crowdcast account. I already did..... Which is the time of response ? I assume I should receive an email when I can log in with the Jakarta EE account ?

Thank you

Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 19 jun. 2020 a las 16:32, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi David,

We organized many meetings at Crowdcast and except for some resolution issues, I mentioned before, we did not encounter connection problems.

We did not observe a latency in screen sharing and speaker sound during the meetings.

Best

David Gomez Garcia <dgomezg@...>, 19 Haz 2020 Cum, 14:37 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
Hi Jonathan.

I haven't tried Crowdcast, but I've run a couple of online meetups during this lock-down period using meet.jit.si and it was stable and smooth.

The only problem I faced was that the first meetup, there were no available streamers to record the meetup directly to youtube, and I had to use OBS to record the meeting.

(and jit.si is open source, which is something I know you value a lot ;) ).

But, if someone gives more insight in how stable the connection is with Crowdcast I'd be happy to try it in one of our next meetups.

My .02c.

David.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Voting Continues...Java 25th - "Best of the JDK" Face-Off Update

Sharat Chander
 

JCs and JUG Leaders,

The final set of Round 1 match-ups are now posted in the "Best of the JDK" feature face-off.  Feel free to vote and amplify:

https://twitter.com/java/status/1275084138123423744?s=20

The match-ups by bracket are:
  • Language Bracket: Var vs Records
  • Libraries Bracket: Stack-Walking API vs TLS 1.3
  • Tooling Bracket: Launch Source-Code Programs vs JavaDoc Search
  • Runtime Bracket: Modular JDK vs Thread-Local Handshakes
The first set of Round 2 match-ups will posted later this week...Stay tuned! And, thx to everyone who's voted, as well as shared this face-off more broadly!

Best,
-Sharat



Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

Huseyin Akdogan
 

Hi David,

We organized many meetings at Crowdcast and except for some resolution issues, I mentioned before, we did not encounter connection problems.

We did not observe a latency in screen sharing and speaker sound during the meetings.

Best

David Gomez Garcia <dgomezg@...>, 19 Haz 2020 Cum, 14:37 tarihinde şunu yazdı:

Hi Jonathan.

I haven't tried Crowdcast, but I've run a couple of online meetups during this lock-down period using meet.jit.si and it was stable and smooth.

The only problem I faced was that the first meetup, there were no available streamers to record the meetup directly to youtube, and I had to use OBS to record the meeting.

(and jit.si is open source, which is something I know you value a lot ;) ).

But, if someone gives more insight in how stable the connection is with Crowdcast I'd be happy to try it in one of our next meetups.

My .02c.

David.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


AdoptOpenJDK moving to the Eclipse Foundation (as Adoptium)

Martijn Verburg
 

Hi all,

We have some very exciting news to share with you today... AdoptOpenJDK is joining the Eclipse Foundation! https://blog.adoptopenjdk.net/2020/06/adoptopenjdk-to-join-the-eclipse-foundation/

I wanted to send a thank you to all of you who supported our efforts in the early days in sharing Adopt's efforts with your user groups!

Cheers,
Martijn


Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

David Gomez Garcia
 

Hi Jonathan.

I haven't tried Crowdcast, but I've run a couple of online meetups during this lock-down period using meet.jit.si and it was stable and smooth.

The only problem I faced was that the first meetup, there were no available streamers to record the meetup directly to youtube, and I had to use OBS to record the meeting.

(and jit.si is open source, which is something I know you value a lot ;) ).

But, if someone gives more insight in how stable the connection is with Crowdcast I'd be happy to try it in one of our next meetups.

My .02c.

David.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:07 PM Jonathan Vila <jonathan@...> wrote:
Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Re: Free use of Crowdcast offered by Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE

Jonathan Vila
 

Hi

In our jug we are going to host an online event in 2 weeks..... we've used Youtube before, and some speakers suggest we use Zoom ( sadly it has a 40 minute limitation ), but we can also consider this Crowdcast offer.

In your experience, does it offer a reliable connection and experience for the user ?

Best regards and thank you
Jonathan Vila
-- 
Barcelona Java Users Group Leader




El vie., 22 may. 2020 a las 21:57, Huseyin Akdogan (<hakdogan75@...>) escribió:
Hi Ivar,

As Taner says, we didn't use camera while the sessions.

I would like to share some of my observations with you, thinking that it might be helpful in solving the problem.

The resolution issues often occur when the presenter uses the dark theme on his IDE. While the presenter showing his presentation or visit a web page on the browser the resolution is fine but the resolution issue comes back when he starts using his IDE which use dark theme.

My other observation is that the resolution is better when presenters use firefox than chrome.

Jason Young <thinkbigthings@...>, 22 May 2020 Cum, 18:51 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
We have used crowdcast twice so far, one of the times was fine and the other time we had a lot of resolution issues. We never did figure out what was wrong (tried the HD button in the session, later did a connection speed test with the speaker). I'd be excited if anybody else knew what was going on.

Jason Young
Philly JUG

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:58 AM Taner Diler <taner.diler@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As JUG Istanbul, we have some resolution issues on our crowdcast sessions. We did the sixth session yesterday and displaying codes is not clean. Do you have same issue? If not, do you know any configuration to apply while defining session or on live mode?

Best regards,
Taner Diler
JUG Istanbul


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 PM omarberroteranlkf@... <omarberroteranlkf@...> wrote:
Thank you Ivar,

We would like to use it too!

JUG NICaragua.

---
 

Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    



On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 11:26 AM Ivar Grimstad <ivar.grimstad@...> wrote:
Hi all JUG Leaders,

I am happy to announce that the Jakarta EE working group has decided to sponsor a PRO subscription of Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/) for JUGs to use for free.

Please reply to this email to indicate if your JUG would be interested.

If there is interest, we will go ahead and set up the subscription and a simple sign-up system/calendar of some sort to facilitate use of the account.

Ivar

--

Ivar Grimstad

Jakarta EE Developer Advocate | Eclipse Foundation, Inc.

Eclipse Foundation: The Platform for Open Innovation and Collaboration



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Re: AdoptOpenJDK - Making Java free again

Huseyin Akdogan
 

Hi Hendrik,

The news about meetings you shared with us is exciting, thank you. I would like to share a need that I feel for this occasion with you and everyone involved.

JUG Istanbul recently became a Partner Member of the Java Community Process. We want to adopt and supporting JSR's. We also want to be part of JEP process.

When we tried to act, we observed that there was a lot of obscurity and complexity. 

Obviously, I think online meetings, which share information about how JUGs or individual developers can participate in these processes, are very be useful.

What do you think about this?

Best wishes

hendrik.ebbers via groups.io <hendrik.ebbers=me.com@groups.io>, 12 Haz 2020 Cum, 20:07 tarihinde şunu yazdı:

Hi all,
 
since a lot of JUGs around the world currently organise virtual meetings we (George and I) asked ourself if some of you are interested in hosting our AdoptOpenJDK talk as a virtual event. We are both part of the AdoptOpenJDK Technical Steering Committee and would like to give an introduction about the community project and help developers to understand the differences between all the Java vendors, Java builds & the OpenJDK.
 
 
If you are interested here is an abstract about our session:
 
AdoptOpenJDK - Making Java free again
 
AdoptOpenJDK is rapidly becoming a leading provider of OpenJDK™ binaries. With over 140 million downloads in the last year, it is now a serious contender for your production usage of Java™. AdoptOpenJDK provides prebuilt OpenJDK™ binaries from a fully open source set of build scripts and infrastructure. This talk will cover how we build on over 15 different platforms, execute over 87 million tests and distribute OpenJDK™ binaries to millions of users. We will also cover how AdoptOpenJDK binaries compare against the Java™ binaries that you use today. If you're curious to understand the difference between OpenJDK™, Oracle Java™, AdoptOpenJDK and all the other distributions, then this is the talk for you!
 
George Adams is the Java Program Manager at Microsoft and is the recently appointed chair of the Technical Steering Committee at AdoptOpenJDK. Since co-founding AdoptOpenJDK in 2016 he has been leading the community outreach efforts at AdoptOpenJDK and is heavily involved in the Java ecosystem. George also contributes to both the OpenJS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation where he is a core collaborator and plays an active role in several of the workgroups.
 
Hendrik Ebbers is a co-founder of Karakun AG and lives in Dortmund, Germany. He is the founder and leader of the Java User Group Dortmund and gives talks and presentations in user groups and conferences. His JavaFX book "Mastering JavaFX 8 Controls" was released 2014 by Oracle press. Hendrik is JavaOne Rockstar, JSR expert group member and Java Champion. Hendrik is member of the AdoptOpenJDK TSC.
 
 
Stay safe!
 
Hendrik



--
Hüseyin Akdoğan
Expert Software Consultant
JCP Process Manager of JUG Istanbul
Technical Committee Member of Java Day İstanbul
Author of the Elasticsearch Indexing book


Re: AdoptOpenJDK - Making Java free again

Martin Ahrer
 

Hi Hendrik,

the Enterprise Java User Group Austria would be pleased to have you talk on that. Please get in touch with me: this@...

Thanks
Martin
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Am Fr., 12. Juni 2020 um 19:07 Uhr schrieb hendrik.ebbers via groups.io <hendrik.ebbers=me.com@groups.io>:

Hi all,
 
since a lot of JUGs around the world currently organise virtual meetings we (George and I) asked ourself if some of you are interested in hosting our AdoptOpenJDK talk as a virtual event. We are both part of the AdoptOpenJDK Technical Steering Committee and would like to give an introduction about the community project and help developers to understand the differences between all the Java vendors, Java builds & the OpenJDK.
 
 
If you are interested here is an abstract about our session:
 
AdoptOpenJDK - Making Java free again
 
AdoptOpenJDK is rapidly becoming a leading provider of OpenJDK™ binaries. With over 140 million downloads in the last year, it is now a serious contender for your production usage of Java™. AdoptOpenJDK provides prebuilt OpenJDK™ binaries from a fully open source set of build scripts and infrastructure. This talk will cover how we build on over 15 different platforms, execute over 87 million tests and distribute OpenJDK™ binaries to millions of users. We will also cover how AdoptOpenJDK binaries compare against the Java™ binaries that you use today. If you're curious to understand the difference between OpenJDK™, Oracle Java™, AdoptOpenJDK and all the other distributions, then this is the talk for you!
 
George Adams is the Java Program Manager at Microsoft and is the recently appointed chair of the Technical Steering Committee at AdoptOpenJDK. Since co-founding AdoptOpenJDK in 2016 he has been leading the community outreach efforts at AdoptOpenJDK and is heavily involved in the Java ecosystem. George also contributes to both the OpenJS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation where he is a core collaborator and plays an active role in several of the workgroups.
 
Hendrik Ebbers is a co-founder of Karakun AG and lives in Dortmund, Germany. He is the founder and leader of the Java User Group Dortmund and gives talks and presentations in user groups and conferences. His JavaFX book "Mastering JavaFX 8 Controls" was released 2014 by Oracle press. Hendrik is JavaOne Rockstar, JSR expert group member and Java Champion. Hendrik is member of the AdoptOpenJDK TSC.
 
 
Stay safe!
 
Hendrik


Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0

Tony Chen
 

Hi JUG Leaders,

Oracle is announcing two innovative new developer technology releases for Java and polyglot microservices. Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0 make it easy to build fast, lightweight, scalable and reliable microservices.

Coherence CE delivers a new edition of Coherence's leading data grid technology. Coherence CE provides a self-configured distributed data grid that can be used as a reliable, scalable and high performance data store for Java and polyglot microservices, and as a platform for distributed data processing on the grid, including polyglot language support, eventing, messaging and more.

Helidon 2.0 is a new release of Helidon libraries for writing lightweight Java microservices. Helidon 2.0 delivers new features for reactive microservices, updated MicroProfile support leveraging Jakarta EE technologies and expanded GraalVM Native Image support for rapid startup and low memory consumption. Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0 can be used together to create an architecture for Java-based microservices with built-in data grid capabilities, providing flexible programming with unmatched reliability and scalability.

In this webinar, the development team will provide overviews and demonstrations of these new technologies and how they can be used together, following with a Q&A.

To better support the people in different time zones, two webinars will be delivered on June 25th.


Regards,
Tony Chen | Oracle User Group Team


Re: June 17 WED NYJavaSIG Online - JSR381 - Visual Recognition for Java

Constantin DRABO
 

Interesting.