By sebsto on févr. 06, 2010
Today, Oracle sent a very different message to the community and recognized they poorly communicated about this. To summarize it : current plans are to reuse Kenai.com infrastructure to power another Sun's sponsored source forge : java.net (hosting projects such as GlassFish, OpenSSO and OpenESB amongst others).
Communities and projects currently hosted on Kenai.com will be migrated to Java.net
Is it really a poorly executed communication ? Or does Oracle step back due to community feedback ?
Should the later be correct, this is a good sign that Oracle is (very) quickly learning how to deal with the many communities it inherits when acquiring Sun Microsystems.