OpenSolaris.org now “open” for business
The Solaris operating system is being released under the terms of the OSI-approved, CDDL (Common Development and Distribution License). Millions of development hours worth of code and over 1,600 patents are being contributed to the open source community. We know that innovation happens everywhere. And we're going to stand shoulder to shoulder with you. To push Solaris. And see how far we -- together -- can take it.
The opensolaris.org web site will be the center for OpenSolaris activity. Program content will be released in stages. The source code for one of the Solaris operating system's most advanced features – Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) is available here. We invite you to take a look. Expect to see buildable Solaris code here in Q2 2005.
Community involvement and input is critical to the success of the OpenSolaris program. If you want us to update you on major events such as the availability of buildable Solaris source code, please provide us with your email address in the text box on the right.
Tuesday, January 25, 2005
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