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Oracle v. Google Timeline
Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 10:57 AM EDT

We have a new Timeline page where you will be able to find all the filed documents in the Oracle America, Inc. v. Google, Inc. litigation. The complaint and other administrative filings are there now, and when Google files an answer, you'll find it there. So if you read something in the media about the case, you can always verify the facts right here in the filings themselves. We've added a link to the new page in the standard menu. We also have set up a new topic, so if you are a member and you read Groklaw by topic, look for OraclevGoogle.


  


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Is the JAVA in Oracle v. Google GPL?
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 11:23 AM EDT
I thought Google 's Java was not under the GPL.

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Dalvik == JVM?
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 12:20 PM EDT
The question is: Is Dalvik in all relevant respects equivalent to JVM?

In a way, yes because Android apps are written in the Java(TM) language, and compiled by javac compiler resulting into java bytecode. These files are then converted into Android's .dex.

On the other hand, no, because there is no Java in Dalvik at all and nor will Dalvik run Java bytecode.

I must mention I am on Google's side so we should dig through all prior art and rid the "community" of this software patent mayhem.

There is good work on this Oracle vs Google patent suit over here .

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Corrections thread
Authored by: Aladdin Sane on Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 12:23 PM EDT
Well, if there are any corrections, place them here.

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[NP] News Picks threads
Authored by: Aladdin Sane on Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 12:25 PM EDT
Comment on Groklaw News Picks here. Be sure to name the News Pick.

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[OT] Off Topic threads
Authored by: Aladdin Sane on Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 12:27 PM EDT
Thread any off topic conversation under this comment.

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[COMES] Comes v. MS docs
Authored by: Aladdin Sane on Sunday, August 22 2010 @ 12:29 PM EDT
Place transcriptions of Comes v. MS documents in this thread.

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Why Oracle was right to sue Google
Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, August 23 2010 @ 09:58 AM EDT

Here is a article the examines why Oracle is right to sue Google.

Why Oracle was right to sue Google
http://www.infoworld.com/d/developer-world/why-oracle-was-right-sue-google-392-1
?page=0,0

I'm on Java's side here not Oracle's or Google's. Google, like Microsoft before
them, is trying to use Java to their own ends. Google cares not for the use of
Java and in fact is trying to fragment Java and steer developers away from Java.
For that I say shame on you Google.

If Google were honest they would have said we aren't planning on using Java but
rather, plan using their own proprietary code and plan on using Google Go for
their API.

Oracle is just out for the money and trying to protect an asset that is a
revenue stream. Not criminal but not noble either. The positive outcome is
Oracle taking a leadership role for Java and leading it forward, preventing
fragmentation.

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Oracle v. Google Timeline
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, September 02 2010 @ 08:58 AM EDT
A webinar entitled Will Oracle's Java Patents Take Down Google's Android
Platform is scheduled for Wednesday, September 8th. See
www.sunlightresearch.com for more details.
Thanks.

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