Does Java (J2ME) emulation belong to Retrocomputing? I have some information on how to emulate a specific brand's flavour of J2ME via their proprietary products, and I would like to publish it somewhere
Back 10-20 years ago J2ME software was the "way to go" for much of the mobile devices, quickly fading away ion the early 2010s.
But J2ME emulation, at least in my mind, doesn't feel like the right fit for Retrocomputing. J2ME is inefficient (J2ME apps run in the inner Java VM) and not as old (as compared to, for example, ZX Spectrum. And while Retrocomputing's goal is to keep the old systems running, I believe the leftover J2ME apps were produced up until ~2016). But on the contrary, if J2ME isn't welcome, there doesn't appear any stackexchange-based website where any J2ME research can be published on, and it seems like Retrocomputing is the main harbour for the recreational emulation amongst the Stackexchange websites
So I would like to ask the senior members whether Java (J2ME) emulation information belong to Retrocomputing.