me? me? I'm a small, useless, harmless, ignorable individual doing some game coding at home .... they won't listen to me and make my dreams come true....
Well, put it this way: if you don't even *ask* how do you expect to receive?
I thought I'd offered to help you get going whatever was necessary for this - I've given Kev a list of problems that people encountered after following his webstart tutorial, and have been pushing him to answer them in a second article on the topic - including some "conventional" JNLP lines for various standard libs like J3D.
Since I have no J3D apps, I can't test anything myself, so I went to you for help there. If we can setup a j3d as an "external library" for webstart on JGF, and this is all that's needed for more J3D games to be added to JGF (like the tankwar game guy who gave up because he got too confused trying to setup webstart), then for (deity's sake) let's do it! If we get to the point where all we want from Sun is to host a single file, and we've proved people are using it then it's really really easy for them to do that.
I doubt Sun are going to say "no" to "can you just sign and host this one file that X people are already downloading a day, and which actually belongs to you anyway?"