[svlug] Investing in OSS

Bill Ward bill at wards.net
Wed Jan 6 15:12:07 PST 2010

The author(s) of MySQL should have thought of that before selling it to
Sun.  There's nothing on that page that doesn't apply equally to Sun.

I should shut up now though, or the lawyers will yell at me.

On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 3:07 PM, Daevid Vincent <daevid at daevid.com> wrote:

> You mean *THIS* Oracle? http://helpmysql.org
> ...and *this* InnoDB (http://www.innodb.com/) which is actually owned by
> Innobase, a subsidiary of Oracle.
> ________________________________
>        Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2010 1:48 PM
>        I have to be careful about this topic since I work at Oracle, but
> I'm wondering what makes you say they're "not a good OSS follower"?  They
> have their own Linux distro, their own open source VM solution, an open
> source filesystem, InnoDB, and plenty of other open source projects.
> Oracle's a huge participant in the Linux kernel as well.  (I'm trying to
> stick to facts and not express any opinion, but any opinion you might infer
> is obviously mine only and not that of Oracle blah blah blah)
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