denisl at openscg.com
Fri Feb 10 19:23:52 UTC 2012
OpenSCG's OpenJDK is "as is". We compile the binaries according to the
instructions that come with the source. Then we build platform specific
one-click installers around those binaries and offer them for free
download. We don't run the TCK tests and therfore our binaries are not
Good folks from Sun and Oracle have never been anything but inquisitive &
supportive of our efforts.
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 10:40 AM, Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org> wrote:
> 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>
> > 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".
> > --Luss
> > On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org>
> >> 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?
> >> F
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