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From Kevan Miller <kevan.mil...@gmail.com>
Subject JCP TCK Materials
Date Tue, 06 Apr 2010 16:12:04 GMT
FYI,
Some information about Apache's participation in the JCP -- http://apache.org/jcp/

Here's general information about getting access to TCK materials --  http://apache.org/jcp/#gettingtck


You'd need to fill out the ASF Non-Disclosure Agreement -- http://apache.org/jcp/ApacheNDA.pdf

You can then request access to Sun TCK materials by sending a note to jcp-open@apache.org.


Some projects manage TCK materials within the project (e.g. Geronimo). This isn't a requirement.
For technology projects like BeanValidation with relatively small TCKs, a committer can send
a note to jcp-open@apache.org (after they've submitted their NDA) and request the TCK materials.
Typically, the TCK is placed in your home directory on people.apache.org.

You are expected to keep TCK materials private. Also, some care needs to be taken in publicly
discussing the TCK. Which is the point that Donald raised in BVAL-16. I think this restriction
only applies to materials obtained under the NDA. IIUC, this is not the case for the TCK tests
currently being run.

--kevan
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