Oracle to discontinue commercial version of OpenOffice.
PLUS, Scalamodules 2.0.0. final is released, and AWS announce new Linux Image for Amazon EC2.
After the news broke that Oracle are discontinuing OpenSolaris, the OGB symbolically hand control and direction of the OpenSolaris Community back to Oracle.
I think its entirely possible that Oracle may wind up viewing Illumos as the upstream rather than the reverse! says Illumos project lead.
Im grateful to my colleagues and to Sun for those two opportunities. Now Im off to look for my next remarkable place and time beyond the walls of Oracle, says Adam Leventhal.
A leaked internal memo, posted at the OpenSolaris forums, reveals that Oracle will no longer release source code prior to the Solaris release, and will replace OpenSolaris with Solaris 11 Express.
JAXenter speaks with initial Illumos leadership team member Anil Gulecha on this new, community maintained derivative of the OpenSolaris ON source.
Project Illumos offer to contribute all of its reworkings to Oracle IcedTea style!
A number of the community leaders from the OpenSolaris community have been working on a new project for anyone interested in OpenSolaris.
A second release candidate of Nexenta Core Platform 3.0 is out now. Nexenta uses the OpenSolaris kernel to deliver a […]
How open sourcing a project, can result in business success.
Dennis Clarke of the OpenSolaris Governing Board, calls on the community to fork OpenSolaris.
Oracle have changed their policy regarding the newly-acquired OpenSolaris and Solaris operating systems.