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Solaris: estou todo aberto

Discussão em 'Novidades GNU/Linux & *nix World' iniciada por Xpirit, 26 de Janeiro de 2005. (Respostas: 0; Visualizações: 1051)

  1. Xpirit

    Xpirit Banido

    Solaris source code will be available under the OSI-approved CDDL
    Open for business at www.OpenSolaris.org

    Dear Miguel Amorim,

    We wanted you to hear it first.

    Today, Sun announced that the source code for the Solaris Operating System--the most advanced operating system in the industry--will be made available through its OpenSolaris program. This milestone opens significant new opportunities for developers, customers, and partners. Open source Solaris means that the world will have full, free of cost access to the Solaris source code. Sun believes that the open source model is the right one because it benefits our customers. Open source means that our partners and customers will be able to more easily customize Solaris to fit their needs. It means developers ouside of Sun will be able to collaborate with our Solaris developers at Sun to make this great operating system even better.

    Highlights of the announcement include:
    # Sun will release the code under the newly OSI-approved Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL), based on the Mozilla Public License (MPL)
    # Solaris Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) code - which changes the way you performance tune, debug, capacity plan, or simply understand your systems - is available now on http://www.OpenSolaris.org
    # Sun will form an advisory board consisting of two members from Sun, two members from the OpenSolaris pilot program, and one member from the broader open source community

    Find out more...
    Read the entire press release: http://www.sun.com/news
    Preview the Web site: http://www.opensolaris.org

    If you have any questions or feedback, please send a message to [email protected].

    Thank you,

    Sun Microsystems

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