The integration of JSR 310 into JDK 8 is complete and development finished. All feature additions will be considered for JDK 9 and bug fixes are to be evaluated for JDK 8 update releases.
Issues should be reported using the Java Bug Database http://bugs.openjdk.java.net,
The Project Threeten Repository is no longer in use and has been removed. Fixes for issues are being integrated into the OpenJDK repository.
Date and Time Additional Information
- More information the Threeten Open Source Project is available at the Threeten Github home page. The JSR 310 public discussion list is hosted on SourceForge.
- At JavaOne 2013 two sessions were dedicated to the Java Time API.
- The Java Tutorial includes the Date Time trail with an introduction to the API's design, types, and classes. The new trail covers the classes based on the standard ISO calendar system and includes info on converting date and time values to other calendar systems. There is also a Legacy Date-Time page on migrating from the java.util date classes to the new java.time APIs.
- Java FX 8 includes a DatePicker built on the JSR 310 Java Time API. See how it is used with Netbeans, the DatePicker, and more in Jim Weaver's Rich Client Java Blog.