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Re: [ljc] LJC on the BBC

From: Ben E.
Sent on: Friday, May 25, 2012 8:53 AM
Thanks Barry.

I'd just like to add that everyone on the LJC JCP Committee always
tries to do our best to represent the views of a very diverse group of
people, and to ensure that the (often conflicting) opinions are heard.

We know that we don't always manage to do a perfect job (it's
basically impossible), but we do try. So, if you feel that we're not
representing you well enough, then please get in touch - we want to
hear from you.

We are also *always* interested in hearing from people who want to
come and help out with the JCP work. We always have more work than we
can do, so extra pairs of hands are always extremely welcome - just
get in touch with any member of the committee (currently myself,
Martijn, Trish, James Gough, Richard Warburton, Somay Nakhal and David



On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 7:01 AM, Barry Cranford <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> Some of you may have already seen this, but for those of you that haven't
> please check out Ben Evans's thoughts on the Google vs Oracle case. Great to
> see us getting exposure on the BBC news site. Having discussed the piece
> with Ben he took the opportunity to represent the diversity of opinions that
> he has heard from within the LJC, something he aims to do regularly within
> his position on the Java Community Process Executive Committee in which he
> represents the LJC.
> We're keen to hear your thoughts on the
> piece:­
> Many thanks,
> Barry
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