Java EE Is Now Available Via GitHub
Written by Michael Larabel in Oracle on 6 September 2017 at 11:52 AM EDT. 22 Comments
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Following word last month Oracle was looking to move Java EE off to a new (more open) steward, today developers have noticed Java EE in its entirety is available via GitHub.

Oracle has been looking to divest somewhat from Java and while OpenJDK has been available for the past decade as open-source, Oracle up to now has kept its hands relatively tight around Java EE. But now it looks like all of Java EE is up on GitHub, though as of writing I have yet to find any official announcement from Oracle.

Java EE on GitHub can be found here. This also appears to be part of their push on closing down Java.net.
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