"Taking the stand during the ongoing court battle between Google and Oracle over the use of the Java programming language on Google’s Android mobile operating system, Jonathan Schwartz — the former CEO of Sun Microsystems, the creator of Java — said that Java has always been free to use and that although Sun didn’t necessarily like the way Android used Java, it had no intention of stopping it.Ex-Sun Boss Defends Google's Right to Java on Android | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
“We wanted to build the biggest tent and invite as many people as possible,” Schwartz said of the Java platform."
Friday, April 27, 2012
Ex-Sun Boss Defends Google's Right to Java on Android | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
I'm guessing Schwartz is now permanently off Larry Ellison's holiday card list