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Old 12-15-2005, 12:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Sun leaning to GPL for open source SPARC

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So I'm in the odd position of being unable to run my own scoop: thatSun Microsystems is not only opening itsSPARC microprocessor source code, but leaning toward theGPL as its license.That's because Sun's President and COO,Jonathan Schwartz, said that to me on stage at theSyndicate conference in San Francisco, where his keynote took the form of a conversation with yours truly and the audience.Dan Farber and David Berlind got the scoop, writing the story from their table in front of the stage. Check it outhere andhere, respectively.



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