> What about starting by making sure Apache java projects _do_ work with
> the 2 open source JVMs that are mentioned in the
> article ?

This is a fine idea, if we're bending the rules to the extent that our
stuff won't run on any specifications compliant JVM we should address that,
particularly so where it is an OS JVM.

Conversely where our stuff doesn't work on an OS JVM because the JVM is at
fault we should feed that back to the developers so they can make their
project stronger.

I hate to think how many defects have been identified and resolved in Sun's
JVM as a result of ASF projects, lets make that same benefit available to
OS projects too.


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