[OH Updates] Schematics and copyright
g.andrew.stone at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 06:50:53 PDT 2011
Maybe but probably those same violations have existed in other very popular
Java-based software, and certainly if they existed now they existed before
Oracle bought Sun. So the end result is a "submarine" maneuver aimed at
destroying (or leeching off of) a vibrant community and compelling set of
products built by an entire ecosystem that provide greater freedoms than the
competitor (Apple). I totally feel echos of the SCO debacle, and suspect
Oracle for buying Sun merely for this purpose. While Java may not be my
favorite language it is sad that this tremendous accomplishment of many
talented engineers end up used in such a way.
I will be "deprecating" mySql in favor of postgres... and looking around for
On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 8:25 AM, Sunny B <sunnyb7532 at gmail.com> wrote:
> <stuff removed>
> The Oracle/Java is a factually complex scenario where some software
> components are open source, some are proprietary, and some are open but
> there is maybe a GPL violation.
> Robert Bauer
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