It would seem that there is a brewing conflict between the development community for Hudson
, which is an open source continuous integration server, and Oracle, who own the trademark to the name, over where the code and development infrastructure will be hosted. Over at the Hudson Labs blog, R. Tyler Croy lays out
a timeline of the disagreement, along with some of his opinion of what's going on. "The fundamental issue here is that the developers want to make a change in how they contribute to Hudson, and have made their voices heard to that end. From the users' perspective, such a change would have literally zero impact on them, which makes Oracle's conflation of the two sides of Hudson particularly frustrating.
" (Thanks to Croy and Christof Damian for bringing it to our attention).
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