Pages with tag OpenJDK

"Uh, is that the thing in my phone"?
A couple podcasts to listen to
ANNOUNCING: Sun has open sourced its Java implementation, named OpenJDK
An open quality team
Badness of open source business models
Blogging from JavaOne I am attending JavaOne and will be posting a series of blog's about each session I attend.
Bug tracking systems for use in open sourcing the JDK
C U @ FOSDEM?
COBOL isn't dead, it just smells funny
Duchesses, FOSDEM, International Womens Day, and diversity
Dynamic language in Java or otherwise, specifically Groovy and Grails
Followup on bug tracker for open source JDK
Free Java is nothing to yawn about
Garbage collecting your life
Getting closer...
Good news, JRuby developers coming to Sun
Great milestone reached by OpenJDK on Fedora
How many of your Windows apps use the native Windows UI?
In writing software, whose job should be simplified?
Installing the JRE on Ubuntu, with alternatives support
Interplanetary migrations
Is the JCP fundamentally the wrong model (now) for Java? I'm drawing on several threads of thinking in several presentations and conversations this week at JavaOne, and am thinking the Java Community Process (JCP) no longer serves the needs of the Java ecosystem. I'm not the first to say this, not the last, but here's a few thoughts anyway. Sun (soon Oracle) is the owner and for the process to work out well the owner has to be enlightened enough to serve the needs of others as well as their own needs. In reaping rewards from building an ecosystem requires having the wisdom that your benefit comes from everybody happily using your ecosystem, and always acting to nurture the ecosystem you've built. Some styles of gardening (Permaculture) recognize this principle. However administrations change and while one set of people overseeing Java might be enlightened the next set might be money grubbing short sighted opportunists. I'm not pointing fingers at anybody, just outlining a general principle.
Is the Java vs PHP argument necessary?
It will be (Open)JDK7 where OpenJDK==JDK I'm listening to the (web.archive.org) 'holidays 2008ish' episode of Javaposse and in reviewing their last years predictions they have enough fumbling around the status of OpenJDK that I want to do a little bit of explaining.
Java DB in the JDK, and SQL in desktop applications
Java DevJam meeting at FOSDEM
Java freedom day
Java posse #078 feedback / clarification
JavaOne 2009 opening Keynote The JavaOne opening keynote is still a fancy rock & roll show with fancy stage and the like. It's always exciting to see what they have to say, and they do a good job of spinning a story that Java is Everywhere. The overall message is to convince developers that the Java platform is compelling, that Sun is providing this compelling ecosystem for developing applications, and that the developers can become uber-rich by developing applications for the Java platform.
Lessons in living from a quadrapalegic friend
Moving towards the starting line
Mustang regression contest is now over
My initial JavaONE post.. hope to talk with many of you there
On hacking the OpenJDK
Open media and open screens
Open source project beginnings
Open source project maintanence
Open sourcing leads to incompatible forks?
Open, community developed, test suite for Java
OpenJDK 6, tastes great, less filling!
OpenJDK Encumbrances being cleared
OpenJDK Porter Group BOF
OpenJDK Regression Test Harness, also known as jtreg, now available as open source
OpenJDK out there, and already available as an ebuild on gentoo
OpenJDK processes and artifcatual ponderings
Opensville?
Oracle+Sun effects on Java...? So, hmm, Oracle+Sun. Interesting twist from the IBM+Sun matchup earlier. There has been numerous rumors over the years about SUN+xyzzy mergers such as Fujitsu, IBM, SGI, Apple, etc. And it's finally come to Oracle. It seems there's a lot of scratching of heads over what this will mean for the open source software projects run by Sun, and of course the back of my mind has been pondering the effect on the OpenJDK. An article in that esteemed dumpster diver rag, The Register, is prompting me to write: (web.archive.org) Oracle suits to strap on Sun's Java sandals: leader without followers
Process tracking in the OpenJDK project, looking at Scarab
Quality and Open Source
Quick test of Resin's PHP support -- using Drupal
Re: "Sun appears commited to fixing any/all regressions prior to release"
Re: A dozen tips for testing free software
Re: Channeling Java SE 7
Re: Concerns about GPL-licensed Java
Re: Irritation and Open Source Java
Re: Source-code management for an open JDK
Rich User Interfaces for Java ME, Project Capuchin (Sony/Erricsson), JavaFX
Roboduke
Scripting language support and whether Java needs to be open sourced
Some OpenJDK answers
Sun+IBM ==> What does it mean for Java? I've been gone from Sun for a little while now but of course I'm still interested in Java, and thankfully still have access to this java.net blog. Anyway the recent news about IBM pondering buying Sun has piqued my interest.
Syntactic sugar and hybrid dynamic languages
Test suites and harnesses and tools
Test suites and harnesses, continued
That ol' Java java jing jing jing
The DLJ project is dead - long live the OpenJDK There appears to be over-reacting and fearism concerning a recent decision to cancel the DLJ project, and subsequently Ubuntu's plan to remove DLJ-based Java packages from their repository. I'm totally out of the loop of this except for a couple things. As the former DLJ Project Lead I was still vaguely involved with the management of that project. Recently there was an email exchange between myself, Dalibor Topic and Tom Marble where we decided it would be best to just shut down the DLJ because the OpenJDK had proceeded far enough that the DLJ was simply unnecessary.
The end of the beginning of OpenJDK6
The iPad, the Flash kerfluffle, Applets and JavaFX Last week Apple released their latest product destined to change the world (the iPad). At least that's what they want us to believe. Perhaps the biggest controversy over the thing is the lack of Flash capability. However this being java.net I have to wonder out loud, where is Java capability, and more importantly why isn't as much controversy being raised over Java being missing? But I think we all can enumerate some reasons for both being missing. And it's worth it for the Java community to ponder this issue.
The winners of the Mustang Regressions Challenge have been posted
Tutorial on implementing a scripting language on top of Java
Ubuntu and easily installable JDK's
Useful quality metrics to publish?
Visiting St. Petersburg
Visual comparison in GUI testing, and a recent "horrible" regression
What are your thoughts on the OpenJDK project
Will Java outlive PHP ??
You can fix the JDK today
Yup, GPL
gphone is doomed? The Open Incompatible Handset Alliance?
re: Into the light
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