Apache Roller is a open source blogging software based on Java which is simliar to WordPress and provides multi user and multi blog setups.

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OpenJDK will make this port Open-Source to the public. It can work wonders with both Apple and Oracle supporting this move. While Apple is offering the Java SE 6, Oracle is at Java SE 7.

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Google points out that the Dalvik VM is a part of Android that was manufactured by the OHA (Open Handset Allianace). It has nothing (or negligible traces) to do with the Dalvik VM code.

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Oracle and Apple have announced that they will be working on OpenJDK which will bring Java SE 7 to Mac OS X

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With the killing of OpenOffice.org to the recent lawsuit against Google’s use of Java in the Dalvik VM, Oracle has done enough to raise an outcry form ASF.

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Sun forgot to manage their income source and invest in some finance improvement. End result: Sun came plumetting down and Oracle took the opportunity in buying it.

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Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems to monetize Java but failed to understand the community process and has sued Google over use of Java in Android scaring other businesses based on Java.

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Oracle has sued Google over the use of Java in Android. It claims that Google infringed 7 patents owned by Oracle related to Java’s IP.

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According to a developer survey conducted by Jaspersoft, Java and MySQL has not been affected much by Oracle’s acquisition of Sun Microsystems. In fact, they are doing quite well under Oracle.

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James Gosling, the CTO of Oracle’s Client Software Group has resigned from the post. Gosling has held the office of CTO for both Sun Microsystems and Oracle.

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This week’s FOSS Friday focuses on Oracle’s Java love, BBC DRM issues, OpenGL 4.0 progress, OpenOffice.org 3.2 and Ubuntu Ubiquity slideshow from open source. In this post, I have presented a weekly roundup of some key events that will determine the shape of things to come.

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