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Sun's New Java Licenses Fall Short of Open-Source Status
Thursday, 17 March 2005, 22:59 GMT

Sun said yesterday it would modify its licenses to make Java source code access more open, but analysts said it's still miles away from the open-source status that the developer community is calling for.

Sun is introducing two licenses for using the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE), the software for building and running Java programs on a PC, as part of a program code-named "Project Peabody."

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