On Tuesday, March 11, 2003, at 10:58 PM, Craig R. McClanahan wrote:

As it turns out, there is substantial room for innovation and debate in
the implementation of API specs like servlet and JSP (see the history of
Tomcat development, and the recent innovation going on there for an
example), just like there is lots of room to be creative in implementing
something like HTTP, which has been done, and continues to be done, in
a very large number of implementations in a very large number of
languages -- despite the fact that the W3C standards process, like many
others, includes periods of time when only the "privileged few" are
allowed to be involved.

Take it a step further - how many internationally recognized standards processes will allow a single individual to propose, develop and deliver a standard? The JCP will...


geir

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