Sun Microsystems today released the first open source Java code. The only real question that was left going into the unveiling was about the licence that they would use: GPL or CDDL?
In the video below you can watch Rich Green, Sun's software boss, explain why the company choose for the. The decision is bound to do well within the open source community, especially after Sun had Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation come out and flat out endorse the new GPL-ed Java.
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