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Sun tweaks Java licensing but does not go open source
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/17/2005 07:41:00 PM.

Sun Microsystems on Wednesday tweaked its Java licensing, emphasizing that the company wants to make Java as open source as possible while maintaining platform compatibility.
The vendor also provided an update on the next version of Java, which boosts Web services functionality on the client side.
Key to the company's licensing plan is Project Peabody, which introduces a new scheme called a JIUL (Java Internal Use License), pronounced "jewel." Under JIUL, users can change Java source code for their internal use only. JIUL is based on an honor system in which Sun expects compatibility to the J2SE specification but relies on users to ensure that compatibility. Use of Java under JIUL is free.


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