Tom Marble -- OpenJDK Ambassador

Discussion in 'Java' started by Veloso, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. Veloso

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    Java.sun.com, Sun's main Java site, has an interview (http://
    java.sun.com/developer/Meet-Eng/marble/) with Tom Marble, Sun's
    OpenJDK ambassador whose role is to facilitate the growth of the
    OpenJDK community in an effort to promote Java ubiquity,
    compatibility, adoption, and innovation. He's busy serving as a bridge
    with the OpenJDK community by articulating the objectives of external
    developers to internal Sun teams, and by explaining Sun's interests to
    the community. The interview is interesting in what it has to say
    about OpenJDK hacking, benchmarking, copyright law for developers and
    other stuff.

    I guess the main point though is that he's the guy to contact to make
    sure Sun gets any messages you want to send them, or to get
    clarification from Sun.
     
    Veloso, Jul 27, 2007
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