OpenSolaris Portal Goes Open-Source
Written by Michael Larabel in Oracle on 1 October 2007 at 10:14 PM EDT. Add A Comment is all about being an open-source community for collaborating around free Solaris code and OpenSolaris technologies. Now making a truly open community, the source-code to their Portal has been published, which is their site's content management system for handling their website and the different OpenSolaris projects. This application is written in J2EE and can be downloaded via SVN+SSH and online via OpenGrok. However, the source-code to the Forums (powered via Jive) has not been published by Sun for licensing reasons.
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