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When will we see a JSR-286 Portal Server?

 
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JSR286 has been ratified, and the API really fills in the holes from JSR-168.

My question is this: how long does it take for Apache or whoever to come up with an implementation of the spec? Any guesses? When will we see a JetSpeed server that supports JSR-286? When will we see a Pluto portlet container that allows you to write JSR286 portlets?

I'm anxious. Any ideas on how long it typically takes to go from spec to first implementation?

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The final draft is not out yet ...
The current status of JSR 286 is that it has been released for public review .

After this , it will take some time for the final draft to come out ( say 2-3 months ) . Expect JSR 286 complaint Portal Servers to be out after 1-2 months of final release.
 
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I recently attend a IBM Class on Portal admin/development. According to the instructor Portal 6.x may have some features of JSR286 but they are currently working on it and plan to rollout by 2008 3rd-4th qtr...
 
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