Sun's grip on the Java programming language hasn't helped either. Through what's called the "community development process," Sun invites other people
to work and develop Java, but Sun retains final say on any changes. It's a system McNealy calls "benevolent stewardship."
Scott McNealy would like to assure the world that, whatever people may think of Sun Microsystems, he and his company have nothing against open-source
July 2, 2004