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Hi folks,

maybe this is a very stupid question or just a very naive one, but I
assure you that it is in good faith. Is this decision a surprise for

Me, I've been seriously asking myself since september 28, every time I
saw some of the TDF founders posting around with an
address or signature:

how can this guy still use this "hat" in public? Why is Oracle
allowing it?

What TDF did is basically "we can't tolerate what Sun and then ORacle
did, so we are now finally doing things as they ought to be"

I'm not defending sun/oracle. But I'm reading surprised reactions and
I really don't understand how there could have been any surprise. AM I
missing something ?


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