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Ozark package realignment

To more clearly show that Ozark is part of the reference implementations done under the Glassfish umbrella we decided to move from com.oracle.ozark.* to org.glassfish.ozark.* (the work was tracked as part of https://java.net/jira/browse/OZARK-51)

While this should not have a major impact on anyone trying out Ozark, we also had to update the GAV coordinate.

Please let us know if there are any problems!



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Are you secure? No, do you want to be?

Of course we all like to think that the software that we run or that we create is flawless, unfortunately the truth is that is not always the case, so a prudent company is pro-active about their security.

From the perspective of Java there is a lot of things going on, but if you are an Oracle customer you can keep an eye on the CPU page, which is a key resource for security related to Oracle products.

If you are interested in JDK or JRE look for Java SE.


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And Mojarra 2.3.0 Milestone 3 has been released

Work on JSF 2.3 is well underway and as such regular milestone releases are happening. So without further ado, Mojarra 2.3.0 Milestone 3 has been released!



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Mojarra 2.2.12 has been released

For folks that are using JSF in their applications I wanted to let you all know we have released version 2.2.12. Notable contributions to this release where done by @liferayfaces and @OmniFaces

See the Release Notes or download it from  from here.



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Work on Ozark nicely progressing

The work on Ozark (JSR 371) is nicely progressing.

At the moment if you want to test it out you will have to use a Glassfish nightly build, but please do not hesitate to do so.