Posted by hiheiss
on July 18, 2007 at 3:34 PM PDT
In this java.sun.com interview, Ray Gans, manager of the OpenJDK and Mobile & Embedded community programs at Sun, explores the challenges involved in open sourcing Java SE.
I'd be curious what you think of this java.sun.com interview I did with Ray Gans
titled "Open Source -- Then and Now: A Conversation With Ray Gans of the OpenJDK Community Program" .
Ray's been about as close to Sun's open
source process as anyone over the years and has a long history
working with Java compatibility and now manages the OpenJDK and
Mobile and Embedded community programs. I found his
perspectives interesting with regard to the evolution of open
source at Sun, the challenges currently
faced, the surprises, and where it is all headed.
What do you think?