Advanced uses of the Java language
Using the Swing GUI toolkit
A list for developing standards for the AutoJava API
A moderated list for announcements about the JavaBeans Component API
Open discussion of the JavaBeans component software architecture
Enterprise JavaBeans development
This mailing list disgusses guavac, the GPL'd Java to Java byte code compiler written in C++.
Discussion of Sun's HotJava web browser
The latest news from the IBM Centre for Java Technology Development.
A mailing list for using the IButton with Java Programming Language
The CORBA Interface Definition Language for Java
The Java Advanced Imaging API
General Java Discussion
This list is devoted to programming issues, but also tries to keep an eye on interesting business news related to Java.
Java Accessibility API
Announcements about Java from Sun (moderated)
The Microsoft Java-COM mailing list discusses the use of the Component Object Model (COM) with Java.
Unmoderated discussion about Discussion of Apple's Macintosh Runtime for Java, its associated SDK, and pretty much anything dealing with Java development on the Mac.
A collaboration mailing list for teachers of Java game programming. Share ideas, experiences, and course materials.
Technical discussion on Java programming in Japanese.
Integrating Java, Kerberos and DCE
Java Programming Language Assistance List
Java-Linux porting projects.
The list is open for discussing issues related to Java on mobile devices independently of the OS that runs on the device. It can e.g. be Java running in a Windows PocketPC environment or Linux on the same hardware, or Java on a Palm Pilot etc. The common denominator should be that the target device should be mobile and run Java.
This list is an extremely informal forum for discussing the ideas and details needed for implementing multi-user dungeons/domains using Java technology.
The Java-Networking list provides an informal forum for people interested in networking issues of the Java language and library.
This list is for the development of the JPL Java-and-Perl integration tool originally developed by Larry Wall at O'Reilly and Associates but now released as open source.
Discussion of issues involved in porting Java to new platforms
A discussion list for people interested in the Java 2D API. This is a set of classes for advanced 2D graphics and imaging, encompassing line art, text, and images in a single comprehensive model. The API provides extensive support for image compositing and alpha channel images, a set of classes to provide accurate color space definition and conversion, and a rich set of display-oriented imaging operators. These classes will be provided as additions to the java.awt and java.awt.image packages.
SunSoft's Internet Graphics Group hosts a mailing list discussing 3D Interfaces for the Internet, with emphasis on Java3D and its use in 3D browsing and virtual environments.
Discussion of the Java animation API
Java Boutique's JNews
JavaCC is a free parser generator written in Java which produces parsers written in Java. JavaCC comes with a Java grammar. Jacc produces top-down parsers, not YACC-like LR parsers. The JavaCC-Interest mailing list is a group of active JavaCC users.
The JavaGL 3D Graphics Library
Announcements about JavaHelp from Sun (moderated)
Unite for Java, or unite for whatever this group eventually decides Java is. JavaLobby, still in the process of pulling itself together, is a loose amalgam of Java developers who seem to be severely divided about what exactly the group is or should be. This mailing list is supposed to be low-volume, announcements only, but the announcements are more than a little opinionated; and since the list is unmoderated this tends to produce sporadic bursts of high traffic, pleas to use the web forums instead notwithstanding.
If you're interested in this group, I recommend you subscribe to the mailing list and read the web forums to see what's going on, but don't formally join until you feel comfortable with the group. More than one member has complained because they found group leaders making statements in the name of JavaLobby and its members which they did not agree with (and in fact in some cases vehemently disagreed with).
Totally unrestricted discussion and flaming about Java with occasional high volume from time to time.
Announcements about the JavaMail API
Discussion of the the JavaMail API for sending email from Java programs
The Java Ring interest alias lets you stay in touch with other Java Ring developers around the world. The Java Ring is a piece of jewelry that contains a Java iButton from Dallas Semiconductor. These are the rings that were given out to every attendee at JavaOne 98. The Java iButton implements the JavaCard API, and you communicate with the iButton through a BlueDot receptor using the new OpenCard framework. You write "client/server" programs, with one piece actually running on the ring, and another piece running on any other Java host.
Discussion of the design and implementation of a Sound API for Java that goes beyond the current AudioClip interface
A mailing list for discussion of Sun Microsystem's JavaSpaces Technology.
Discussion of the Java Television API
A mailing list intended for public discussions on any topics related to the Java Dynamic Management Kit for SNMP network system device software service management
Announcements about JINI
Questions about JINI
Discussion of JINI
Discussion of the Java Management API
The jmf-interest list is for discussions surrounding the Java Media Framework APIs.
jnative-l is a mailing list for the discussion of writing native methods for Java. Appropriate topics include: Sun's Java Native Interface (JNI), Netscape's Java Runtime Interface (JRI), and Microsoft's Raw Native Interface (RNI) Discussion of using Java to interface with COM objects is not an appropriate topic for the jnative-l mailing list.
Java Naming and Directory Interface
Java news from the Java Report
The Java Advanced Imaging API
Discussion of the Java Web Server
Discussion of Java Server Pages
A discussion list for people interested in the Java telephony API
Announcements and items of general interest to Marimba users
A list for Java developers that want to add OpenDoc type features to Java (like user level mix-and-match components).
While not specifically a Java mailing list, this forum has lots of useful, high-level discussion of object oriented theory and object oriented analysis and design topics. Common topics include UML, use-case analysis, CRC cards, and the like.
Discussion of Apple's Java API for QuickTime. QuickTime for Java is available on Mac OS 8 and 9, Mac OS X and Windows, but not Unix or other platforms.
This list discusses topics related to the design and implementation of a real-time version of the Java programming language.
Remote Method Invocation and Object Serialization
Discussion of security issues surrounding Java
Java Developers working on ServerSide Java Technologies who discussdiscuss technologies like Java 2, Servlets, JSP, RMI, J2EE, EJB, XML, WAP/WML etc.
discussion of the Java Servlet API
SMG9_API subgroup (Development of Java (and other) APIs for the SIM
Discussion of the Java Tutorial
Copyright 2006 Elliotte Rusty Harold
September 2, 2006