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To my knowlegde, it's the only current Java SE JVM to run on Windows Mobile. (certainly the only opensource one). The potential demand for such a product is arguably proportional to the demand for PocketPC computers. It is thus notable.
It has been argued that this product is advertising. That's ridiculous, because this is a completely opensource effort. Tcaudilllg (talk) 14:16, 16 May 2008 (UTC)
Whether its notable or not or advertising or not, its definatly very short! EA210269 (talk) 15:46, 16 May 2008 (UTC)
Because it's a STUB. There is a difference between the people who create new articles just to account for notable content (like me) and the other people who flesh it out. (people more committed to the "soul" of this project) But anyway, why does it matter? Details on the VM are sketchy and it's still in beta. Not much else is known about it. But, it's also the only one still being worked on for Pocket PC. (unless you count Waba, which I don't).
If I suspected that I would not be alone in the effort, I would attempt to document it. But it would have to be a team affair. Whether or not it is expanded, it is still notable. Tcaudilllg (talk) 20:17, 16 May 2008 (UTC)