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IBM developerWorks: Java liberation: An interview with Jason Hunter

IBM developerWorks: Java liberation: An interview with Jason Hunter

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 17, 2002


"If you were following JavaOne a few weeks back, you probably heard about how Sun and the Apache Software Foundation have resolved their difficulties over the way open source software could participate in the Java community process but if you were like the majority of Java developers, the precise issues were probably a bit of a mystery. To clear things up, and find out exactly what these changes will mean for open source developers and the Java community, developerWorks caught up with Apache's representative on the Java Community Process, Jason Hunter, and asked him to explain what's going on." The story behind Apache's quest to open up the Java platform: If you were following JavaOne a few weeks back, you probably heard about how Sun and the Apache Software Foundation have resolved their difficulties over the way open source software could participate in the Java community process but if you were like the majority of Java developers, the precise issues were probably a bit of a mystery.

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