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See the question java/Jdk 7 release schedule for mission-critical production use?. While this question likely does not belong in so, I am wondering which is the right se forum to ask.

It is impossible today to find a better audience to answer this question then se. But which site?

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I think it's too speculative (as phrased) for anywhere on the network. – ChrisF Sep 14 '11 at 16:00
And who better to speculate then the experts here. I do mean this seriously. – Miserable Variable Sep 14 '11 at 16:01
Speculation leads to subjective discussions and argument, which is specifically discouraged on the SE network. – squillman Sep 14 '11 at 16:03
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Nowhere. It is entirely too subjective, and is too localized in time. Remember, just because a question can be asked doesn't mean it has a home on SE.

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Interestingly, your question is very similar to one already asked here.

Crucial difference? That question - and the answers - focus on what you can do to avoid unexpected problems in a new JDK release. Speculation as to the quality and release schedule of future updates is kept to a minimum.

I rather suspect that's what you're looking for anyway. But if not, please note that the SE system is currently ill-equipped to answer such questions. However, I've proposed a change that would allow them to be served here - vote it up...

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