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Re: More of Florian MÃller's bullshit

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____/ Homer on Monday 22 Aug 2011 00:09 : \____

>> Over the last couple of days, a number of new documents have been
>> filed in Oracle v. Google. I'll take a look at the most important ones
>> of those. The two key issues here are a piece of evidence that could
>> almost singlehandedly win the willful infringement part of the case
>> for Oracle
> Please don't cite garbage by that unqualified patent FUDster Florian
> MÃller.
> Here's the piece of evidence MÃller believes will "singlehandedly win
> the willful infringement part of the case for Oracle":
> [quote]
> What we've actually been asked to do (by Larry and Sergey) is to
> investigate what technical alternatives exist to Java for Android and
> Chrome. We've been over a bunch of these, and think they all suck. We
> conclude that we need to negotiate a license for Java under the terms we
> need.
> [/quote]
> And here's what a /real/ lawyer, Mark Webink, has to say on the matter:
> [quote]
> Just because Oracle is raising a fuss over the Lindholm email doesn't
> make it the smoking gun Oracle insists it is. We are a long way from
> that. Oracle must prove infringement first, and that appears to be a
> 50/50 proposition at this stage.
> [/quote]
> http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20110807030314610
> In fact this was a /draft/ E-mail that was never sent, and was written
> /after/ Oracle sued Google, to consider possible alternatives in the
> event that Google lost the case. This is not an "admission of guilt",
> it's merely a preemptive measure designed to mitigate the effects of a
> potential injustice.
> Oracle is just on a fishing expedition, desperately clawing for anything
> to justify its bogus claims. It has yet to prove any actual infringement
> of anything, a fact that MÃller conveniently "forgot" to point out.
> [quote]
> Finally, Oracle claims that it needs to depose Mr. Lindholm because he
> constructed a Java virtual machine at Sun, supposedly "came to Google
> with intimate knowledge of the Java platform architecture," and
> participated in negotiations between Google and Sun. However, as Oracle
> is aware, Mr. Lindholm neither was an inventor on any of the Asserted
> Patents, nor worked on the accused Dalvik virtual machine (or any aspect
> of Android) while at Google.
> [/quote]
> http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20110715124902660&query=Lindholm
> MÃller is full of shit. I hope both he and Oracle go bankrupt and fade
> into obscurity after this case is over.

Florian is not just full of something, he's also lobbying for Microsoft interests
 < http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/Florian_M%C3%BCller > and refuses to answer my 
questions about it (even when others are asking). Florian has been a lobbyist
for _years_ now.

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