Very recently I have started to work on JCE for one of the projects. I'm finding it very interesting as I'm learning new API and concepts. What does your OWASP in general has to do with security? As far as I understand from your website it looks like you are trying to bring some standards for implementing security in webapps / stand also apps etc., Did I get that right? If yes, then who will be the standards authority? How does it all work?
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OWASP mission is "to make application security visible, so that people and organizations can make informed decisions about true application security risks. Everyone is free to participate in OWASP and all of our materials are available under a free and open software license." (from OWASP main Page). Therefore OWASP has dozens of documentation projects (including guidelines, standards, FAQs), tools and helds conferences all over the world to achieve this mission.
As OWASP name implies all materials and tools are Open Source, that is you can use them, modify them and distribute them freely. Participating into a project can be as easy as emailing a project leader and get hands on the materials.