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A Pot for Sun's Open Source Potpourri?

Oct 22, 2007, 00:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"After offering informational updates about its progress in the open source realm Sun has signaled that it has made good, thus far, on previously stated intentions to release 100% of their products as open source. Undoubtedly, all three of the open source software projects mentioned in the summit briefing have reached a respectable level of critical mass and are viably relevant from an industry-wide perspective, even if they stand juxtapose to more popular open source alternatives. And perhaps it sounds like I'm pulling punches by reiterating how early it is to capably comment on whether Sun's open source strategy 'worked or didn't.' Nonetheless, I will go on record as stating that Sun should consider better associating its open source offerings with a larger sense of a cogent portfolio.

"Currently OpenJDK, OpenSolaris and GlassFish come off as standalone entities with a similar page look and a Sun emblem and copyright statement at the bottom..."

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