08 November 2007
Red Hat and Sun recently signed some agreements around open-source Java projects and access to the Java TCK. This all goes towards the OpenJDK, and ultimately, having an open and officially recognized JDK on Fedora.
Contrast that to Apple, who some people think is pulling back and away from Java.
For more information about these agreements, see this interview with Sacha Labourey. He explains the expected impact and benefits of these arrangements.