CodeGear is running for a Java Community Process executive committee seat...

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CodeGear is on the Java Community Process Committee Elections 2007 ballot.  We are running for a seat on the Java Standard Edition/Enterprirse Edition executive committee.  If you are a Java Community Process member, please consider voting for CodeGear in this year's election.

CodeGear's election qualification statement is available at

Elections will run from 9 AM Pacific Time, October 30, 2007, through midnight Pacific Time, November 12, 2007. JCP members can vote for the open elected seats on each Executive Committee, and results will be posted here on November 13, 2007.

To vote for CodeGear you will be required to enter your PIN number and email address to vote. JCP member's PIN numbers were sent via email from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on October 30, 2007. Each member can place two votes for the SE/EE committee and two votes for the ME committee.
Members can also choose to abstain from voting for either committee.

The JCP Committee Elections 2007 information and ballot is at
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    Doychin Wednesday, 31 October 2007

    You already have my vote.

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