frans at meruvian.org
Fri Feb 10 10:40:13 PST 2012
what is your positioning regarding your openjdk installer?
do u modify it , or as is?
On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 1:36 AM, Lussier, Denis <denisl at openscg.com> wrote:
> Hi Frans,
> I'm NOT a lawyer and I don't work or speak for Oracle.
> I am an OpenJDK Packager, www.openscg.org, and therefore have some
> experience on this issue.
> I believe the spirit of the legaleeze on this is not necessarily evil. :-)
> If what you build & distribute is different than OpenJDK, then don't call it
> "Java" and don't call it "OpenJDK".
> On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org> wrote:
>> hi there..
>> if i use openjdk, and modify several code or API, and make it not
>> standard, and i am using for our own, and share across internet..
>> will oracle sue me because this is not "openjdk" that release
>> we know. that google, facebook, yahoo, twitter also using java, and
>> for a big company , that is "safer" they have their own skill , esp
>> java is their platform.
>> we call it hacked openJDK.
>> and in several case, they have team that manage the jdk, and several
>> can contribute, but several afraid, about "the sue".
>> because this model will strengthen the OpenJDK, but how about the JDK
>> for business?
>> that is my idea.. any comment?
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