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Blog Archive for steve during June 2003

A federal appeals court dealt a legal blow to Sun Microsystems on Thursday, tossing out most of a preliminary injunction requiring Microsoft to carry its rival's version of an interpreter for the Java programming language. [C|Net]
Red Hat Inc is in discussions with Sun Microsystems Inc about launching an open source version of Sun's Java environment, according to Red Hat chairman and CEO Matthew Szulik. The Raleigh, North Carolina-based Linux distributor is also lining up a slew of product launches including its new Red Hat Linux Desktop operating system and new versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the Red Hat...
Dan Gillmor is the first A-list blogger I've seen to mention java.net. Dan is considered a pioneer in weblog journalism and as such has a monolithic audience who read his posts daily. Sun is doing interesting things with its java.net site, including "community" functions such as weblogs and even Wikis. It's the most ambitious effort I've seen yet by a big company -- even though it's a tech...
I came to JavaOne looking for community. I found one, but it much different than the one I'm used to observing in the open source world. You see, here, there are barbarians at the gate. Let me start by handing some kudos out. There is seriously cool voodoo being worked here. Some of the projects/code/goals that I've seen here are mind blowing and innovative. Something that I don't usually see...