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Published: Mar 26 2009 / 05:52

"No more Java 7". Yes, I know its a strong statement, but I don't mean it in the way you probably think.
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zynasis replied ago:

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jodastephen replied ago:

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If you read the post, you'll realise that its about open standards for Java. The part about Apache Harmony is explaining WHY Sun is blocking Java SE 7 as an open standard. Personally, I don't commit to Harmony or Open JDK - I don't 'love' either. I just happen to care that Java should be an open standard, as promised back in 1997. IMO, so should you.

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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Thats it, i am gong with Harmony from now on.

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