"The move would give developers free access to the Solaris
source code under Sun's Community Source Licensing (SCSL) scheme --
a halfway house to open source that offers access to code but
requires revenue from commercial products derived from changes to
"Sun began the SCSL approach with Java 2 in December 1998 and
has since extended the approach to other Java technologies and the
SPARC V8 processor architecture."
"One analyst saw this as a move to compete with Linux's
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