[atmosphere-users] Java EE has successfully migrated to GitHub and Groups.io
You are receiving this message because you are subscribed to one or more
Java EE related "user" groups at java.net.
In anticipation of the closure of Java.net, we are pleased to announce
the successful migration of Java EE projects, including GlassFish,
active Java EE components, and Java EE specification projects to GitHub.
If you wish to continue to follow the evolution of GlassFish, or Java
EE, please browse to the new home-page for Java EE Development at:
https://javaee.github.io. You are welcome to set "Watches" on any
project repositories you wish to follow.
If you are new to GitHub and wish to continue to work with or follow
Java EE development activities at GitHub, we suggest you read selections
from the "GitHub Guides" at [https://guides.github.com].
We are also pleased to inform you that discussion e-mail lists have been
moved to https://javaee.groups.io -- we have created an initial set of
sub-groups and anticipate that we will expand these, as project
discussion needs require. You must first subscribe to the
javaee.groups.io discussion group, then you are welcome to join any the
sub-group topics that you have an ongoing interest in. We intend to
migrate legacy e-mail archives as well, but this will take some
additional time. You can find out more about using Groups.io from their
help page: [https://groups.io/static/help].
We appreciate your previous support of Java EE and look forward to new
collaborations with you,
Ed Bratt, for the Java EE development team.
P.S. We apologize in advance to those of you who are subscribed to
multiple Java EE e-mail lists as you may receive similar notifications
for the other groups that you also subscribe to. We do not intend to
send another announcement like this.