|Re: [gef3d-dev] JOGL did NOT get IP approved|
That is indeed a bummer. I really sympathize with your going through process and I'm sure that Eclipse legal is doing all they can. Shame about Oracle timing.
On a more positive note, the discovery mechanisms and build mechanisms are making it much easier to include third party external dependencies. Have you seen:
There have also been advances on the build side allowing dependencies to third party sites to be included in build definitions.
So it might not be nearly as big of an issue as it was in the past. The one thing that you couldn't do is provide fully built apps from the Eclipse site, but with something like GEF3D you wouldn't be doing that anyway.
I've been talking with folks at
On Mar 11, 2010, at 2:00 AM, Jens v.P. wrote: