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Purpose of this project is to create and use an open source, compatible implementation of J2SE 5, the latest version of the Java 2 Standard Edition specification.
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Participation in Independent Foundation Projects Helps Spark Developer Co-Innovation Supporting Standards and Customer and Partner Open Source Strategies VIENNA, Austria - October 27, 2009 - Reaffirming its increasing commitment to proven and broadly used open source technologies, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) joins a number of projects at the Apache Software Foundation, an independent foundation focused on open-source software projects. Working together with the Apache community of developers and users, SAP plans to further support the development and use of open …
Went through this interesting article “How To Ask Questions The Smart Way”, while a bit old (2006), it is full of very good advices for asking questions the smart way (and also sometimes finding an answer on your own). In the world of hackers, the kind of answers you get to your technical questions depends as much on the way you ask the questions as on the difficulty of developing the answer. This guide will teach you how to ask …
If you want to have more info about your favorite open source project, it can be firefox, gimp, joomla!, Linux (324 projects!). OpenOffice...If youre maintaining a project, You can sign there for a free account, and let OhLoh connect to your source control server and provide some insight about your project.OhLoh was founded by the former Microsoft managers Jason Allen and Scott Collison in 2004 and joined by the developer Robin Luckey. The Codebase History informs about the activity inside …
"Today, we are open-sourcing Sun's server side implementation of Java," Schwartz told an audience of about 10,000 software developers and Sun partners. "This is the first step in open-sourcing all of Sun's Java software assets." Effective immediately, Sun's Java System Application Server Platform Edition, code-named Glass Fishâthe company's implementation of the upcoming Java EE 5 (Java Platform Enterprise Edition 5) standardâhas been opened up to community development under Sun's CDDL open-source license. from www.eweek.com , read more here …
YES!!!!! but wait there are not using a FSF, OpenBSD licence, so is it really open sourcing java??? :-(Sun announced Monday that it has distributed more than a million registered licenses for the Solaris 10 operating system since Jan. 31, when the software became available for free on Sun's Web site. Now it plans to follow up that move by making Java Enterprise System available as an open-source product as well. "That will define us as a company truly committed …