Richard Leyton writes "Computergram (Published by Computerwire) today reports that Sun is working on a strategy to enable it to move Solaris to the open source model *without* stepping on the toes of the Linux Community. Corporate quote reads: "Linux is good for Solaris, but Linux is not a corporate community". They don't want their intentions being misunderstood. Problems exist with royalty and various agreements it's made, but is actively looking for issues that would prevent it going open source. Sun is already making various Solaris APIs compatible with Linux, and is working out how to market the initiative and what image it's looking at presenting. " This site requires a subscription. Anyone have an accessible story?
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