We believe there is an opportunity to rethink how Java EE is developed in order to make it more agile and responsive to changing industry and technology demands. And we will support existing Java EE implementations and future implementations of Java EE 8. We will continue to participate in the future evolution of Java EE technologies. But we believe a more open process, that is not dependent on a single vendor as platform lead, will encourage greater participation and innovation, and will be in best interests of the community.
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