snydeq writes: "Java founder James Gosling sees Oracle having no choice but to do a good job in its stewardship of Java, InfoWorld reports. Speaking at the Java Symposium, Gosling reprimanded Oracle's behavior toward Java user groups, but ultimately suggested that Oracle's heavy reliance on Java will ultimately require it to be a good Java citizen. 'It's in their own self interest to not be aggressively stupid,' Gosling said."
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