"Until recently, the company's highest profile clients --
Hewlett-Packard, which employs Collab.net to help with its eSpeak
project, and Sun Microsystems, which last week announced that
Collab.net would maintain its new OpenOffice.org site, have both
opted to release their work under free software licenses."
"That all changed Monday when database giant Oracle announced it
was employing Collab.net to help manage its Oracle Technology
Network, a loosely knit collection of sites and services designed
for the 1-million-member Oracle developer community."
"This is the first ever environment built specifically for a
targeted community of software developers," says Bernie Mills, vice
president of marketing at Collab.Net. "Oracle wants to triple
the size of its developer base over the next few years, and this is
an ambitious first step."
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