☞ Old Models

  • Glyn’s research here is very useful. The BSA use of statistics is very regrettable, as is their use of inuendo and framing to build the impression that their outlook is correct. They are a vestige of a passing business model and everything they say should be questioned and disbelieved until independently proven.
  • This is a very worrying development. The creation of an ideological firewall for the US, under the essentially unaccountable control of corporate interests, is a huge threat to the future of internet freedom.
  • No mention of the future of the JCP or a plan to unblock the Apache Harmony issue. Instead, an appeal to populism redolent of a plebiscite: “The decisions regarding the features to be included in the JDK 7 and JDK 8 releases were made with active participation of the Java community.”
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  1. “Instead, an appeal to populism redolent of a plebiscite:”

    If intellectual “property” rightfully existed, you could financially gouge into bankruptcy anyone repeating that phrase without permission. It’s better than three-peat, imho (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-peat), especially “redolent of a plebiscite.”

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