Mailing lists are important resources for J2ME developers,
because they are regularly read by many of the leading
experts on J2ME. Some of the lists are announcement lists,
some are discussion lists. If you're new to J2ME, please don't abuse
the discussion lists by asking inappropriate or novice questions
spend some time lurking on the list to see what kind of questions
get asked. You can learn a lot just by lurking, trust me!
- KVM-INTEREST: The primary discussion list for J2ME,
hosted by Sun Microsystems.
This list was established in June of 1999 in response to
Sun's introduction of the Java 2 Micro Edition platform.
The list name reflects its origins, because the KVM is
the name of the original Java virtual machine that became
the basis for what is now the Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC).
This list's focus is the CLDC and related technologies like
the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP).
Visit the KVM-INTEREST archives to join or browse
- J2ME-CDC-INTEREST: A second list hosted by
Sun Microsystems, this time concentrating on the
Connected Device Configuration (CDC) and related technologies.
Very little traffic, most of the J2ME stuff is discussed on KVM-INTEREST.
Visit the J2ME-CDC-INTEREST archives to join or browse
- JCP-INTEREST: Java Community Process (JCP) announcements.
Reports major activities on all JSRs (Java Specification Requests).
This is how you track the status of J2ME standards (note that you'll
also get notices about J2SE and J2EE standards).
Visit the JCP-INTEREST archives to join or browse