Java Community Process (JCP)
The Java Community Process or JCP, established in 1998, is a formalized process which allows interested parties to be involved in the definition of future versions and features of the Java platform. Many companies, as Nokia, are part of this organization.
The JCP involves the use of JSR (JSR), which are formal documents that describe proposed specifications and technologies to be added to the Java platform. Formal public reviews of JSRs are conducted before the JSR becomes final and is voted on by the JCP Executive Committee
All Java ME specification and APIs are public available as a JSR.