Oracle and IBM to share open-source Java leadership
Feb 09, 2011, 13:35 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Oracle has agreed to share governance of the OpenJDK Java
community with IBM, in a move that demonstrates considerable good
will, according to one analyst.
"The company has created a series of bylaws outlining the way
the governance will be structured, with Oracle appointing itself
chairman and the OpenJDK lead, and IBM taking the role of vice
""This was Oracle's call and they have offered IBM a key seat,"
said Michael Azoff, principal analyst for Ovum."