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20 Nov 2016 After A Decade, Open Source Java Is Still Controversial [57871]
ITWorld, November 11th, 2016

"Ten years on, Java founder James Gosling sees upside in the open source move, while others believe Sun didn't go far enough," notes Paul Krill in ITWorld.

"Ten years later, the open-sourcing of Java remains a point of contention, with many in the community extolling the importance of an open Java, while others remain critical of its handling, including the belief that Sun Microsystems didn't go far enough..."
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11 Nov 2016 After A Decade, Open Source Java Is Still Controversial [57717]
ITWorld, November 11th, 2016

"Ten years on, Java founder James Gosling sees upside in the open source move, while others believe Sun didn't go far enough...

Ten years later, the open-sourcing of Java remains a point of contention, with many in the community extolling the importance of an open Java, while others remain critical of its handling, including the belief that Sun Microsystems didn't go far enough..."
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13 Sep 2016 Java founder James Gosling endorses Apache takeover of NetBeans Java IDE [56252]
JavaWorld, September 13th, 2016

NetBeans, the venerable open source Java IDE that originated at Sun Microsystems, would move from Oracle's jurisdiction to the Apache Software Foundation under a proposal unveiled today. The plan is being endorsed by Java founder James Gosling, a longtime fan of the IDE.

Moving NetBeans to a neutral venue like Apache, with its strong governance model, would help the project attract more contributions from various organizations, according to the proposal posted in the Apache wiki. "Large companies are using NetBeans as an application framework to build internal or commercial applications and are much more likely to contribute to it once it moves to neutral Apache ground," the proposal says.
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13 Sep 2016 Java Founder James Gosling Endorses Apache Takeover Of Netbeans Java IDE [56189]
JavaWorld, September 13th, 2016

"NetBeans, the venerable open source Java IDE that originated at Sun Microsystems, would move from Oracle's jurisdiction to the Apache Software Foundation under a proposal unveiled today. The plan is being endorsed by Java founder James Gosling, a longtime fan of the IDE.

Moving NetBeans to a neutral venue like Apache, with its strong governance model, would help the project attract more contributions from various organizations, according to the proposal posted in the Apache wiki. "Large companies are using NetBeans as an application framework to build internal or commercial applications and are much more likely to contribute to it once it moves to neutral Apache ground," the proposal says..."
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06 Oct 2014 Top 10 NetBeans Highlights at JavaOne 2014 [38718]
By Geertjan

Geertjan writes that he is, "Back home in Amsterdam again after a wild and crazy week at JavaOne 2014 in San Francisco. Off the top of my head, without too much thinking, here's what I consider to be, in no particular order, the top 10 of the cool things happening over the past week in the context of NetBeans IDE...

  • EPIK (Encouraging Programming in Kids)
  • Full Rooms Throughout NetBeans Day
  • James Gosling
  • NetBeans Teachers
  • IDR Solutions
  • Duke's Choice Award Winners
  • Oracle Partners
  • Reuniting With 'Old' Friends
  • "JavaFX Programming on the NetBeans Platform"
  • The Many Cool Ideas For Next Year!

And the list goes on and on. Anyway. It was awesome! Onwards to more awesomeness..."
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