Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 31st May 2012 21:41 UTC
Legal And thus, it ends. Despite a never-ending stream of doom and gloom from Oracle/Microsoft-funded 'pundits' regarding Google and Android (six hundred billion trillion gazillion eurodollars in damages!!1!), judge Alsup has just squashed all of Oracle's chances with a ruling that is good news for those of us who truly care about this wonderful industry: APIs are not copyrightable. Alsup: "To accept Oracle's claim would be to allow anyone to copyright one version of code to carry out a system of commands and thereby bar all others from writing their own different versions to carry out all or part of the same commands. No holding has ever endorsed such a sweeping proposition." Supreme Court, Ellison?
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Florian Mueller is wrong as usual
by Wondercool on Thu 31st May 2012 22:52 UTC
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Can't wait for muellers response!

Seems EVERYTHING he predicts is wrong.
Looks like: In it for the money like a camwhore.

ps Was thinking about deliberately misspelling his name - to avoid publicity for him - but prefer search engines to see his name associated with bad connotations

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