[JSR355 EG] Re: Welcome to the JSR 355 Expert Group mailing list
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- Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 09:51:27 -0800
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I find it strange that in several international Software Standards
Organizations that I'm involved in, Oracle led the fight for getting FRAND
and most recently "Non-Assert" accepted into the IPR Policies of these
Why would Oracle oppose these options for Java?
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From: John Rizzo
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 10:43 AM
Cc: JSR 355 Expert Group
Subject: [JSR355 EG] Re: Welcome to the JSR 355 Expert Group mailing list
Thank you Patrick!
I have been giving some thought to the subject of creating a JCP accepted
definition for FRAND/RAND. Among the EC there have been very mixed feeling on
this subject. Also it has been made very clear that the chance of getting
Oracle legal to accept this is small to none. None the less I would like us
to have a short and final email conversation on this subject so that we can
come to closer on it and have it recorded in history.
I too have gone back and forth on this subject due to what I feel is spending
time on a futile effort. Still I think we can set a definition. Thoughts?
On Jan 24, 2012, at 9:21 PM, Patrick Curran wrote:
> We are now open for business...