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Earlier this week, Brian Goetz proposed Project Valhalla on an OpenJDK mailing list. Goetz's proposal states:

In accordance with the OpenJDK guidelines, this project will provide a venue to explore and incubate advanced Java VM and Language feature candidates such as Value Types, Generic Specialization, enhanced volatiles (and possibly other related topics, such as reified generics.)

Note that Goetz's proposal should not be confused with the 1997 version of Oracle's Project Valhalla that is described as "the code name for Oracle's flexible Java development environment for building, debugging and deploying component-based applications for the network computing platform." This "other" Project Valhalla is also described in the 15 December 1997 edition of InfoWorld: "Code-named Project Valhalla, the Oracle AppBuilder for Java is slated to ship in the first quarter of 1998. The Java tool, which is based on Borland's JBuilder Java IDE, is designed for writing n-tier, thin client applications."

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