The Future of UNIX
By ColmSmyth on Nov 29, 2004
Jonathan clarifies on OSNews that Solaris does not compete with open-source operating systems such as Linux or BSD that are based on open standards; it competes with proprietary operating systems (or distributions) from companies like Red Hat and Microsoft.
Eric Schrock also knocks some misperceptions about OpenSolaris firmly on the head; read his lips: Is there anything preventing [Sun] from making all of Solaris open-source? Nothing at all. And let me repeat that. Nothing at all.