Within Sun, we have an elevator pitch-like slide deck about JSF, and the most important slide therein is at the left. If you want more details about the sites pictured, or you want to add some more sites to the list using JSF, the wiki page is <http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Projects/RealWorldJSFLinks>.
By way of update on JSF 2.0, Jacob Hookom, the developer of Facelets and JSF Expert Group member, is leading the drive toward our number one goal for JSF 2.0: Making custom components easier to develop. We're expecting an EG-private proposal from Jacob this week. Once we get it firmed up we'll share it publically in an Early Draft Review of the spec. In other JSF 2.0 news, we have provisionally closed on the issue of resource loading, as listed in [115-CompResources]. This will also be in the EDR.Technorati Tags: edburns