On 25/10/2007 2:41 PM, Pj Malloy wrote:
Any help would be MUCH appreciated.
I have some questions regarding the OEM and Trademark license for Java on
FreeBSD. I initially sent my email inquiry to [EMAIL PROTECTED], as stated in
the FreeBSD Foundation Java Download page
(http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/downloads/java.shtml), but that [EMAIL
PROTECTED] email address does not appear to be valid -- the email I sent to
that address bounced.
The [EMAIL PROTECTED] email address is specifically called out in Diablo
FreeBSD OEM Java license that is listed here:
That license text states we (a) must obtain a Trademark License from Sun, and
depending on the exact field of use, we (b) might need to get a commercial
license from Sun. That license text directs me to [EMAIL PROTECTED] to get
more information for both (a) and (b). That email address doesn't work, so now
I'm wondering what to do next... I called Sun Sales, but they did not know
what I was talking about...
I too would love to know the answer to this -- the way Sun carry on,
anyone would think they don't want people using their language... I am
sure Microsoft don't make you jump through hoops if you want to write
and distribute applications written in .NET and want to distribute the
run-time along with it -- so why must Sun make it so hard for people to
do that with Java?
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