Oracle WebLogic spam in the GlassFish “community”

Sigh. There seems to have been an entirely unsurprising increase in this of late, for example (the GlassFish group on Facebook is first):

Oracle WebLogic Spam

Yet More WebLogic Spam

More WebLogic Spam

Seriously, I’m not thick: if I wanted to read about WebLogic, then I’d go to Oracle’s godawful website (or the WebLogic twitter or Facebook feeds) and read about it there. The very least Oracle could do is pretend that they aren’t more interested in promoting their own bloated megabucks products above what is ostensibly a community project, but I guess in light of everything that’s transpired post-Sun even that’s too much to expect. Even if it were a thriving product (which given a look at the forums for example should give you a clue that it’s anything but), I would have my doubts anyway about the current engineering talent behind it, and perhaps with good reason.

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3 thoughts on “Oracle WebLogic spam in the GlassFish “community”

  1. Alexis MP

    I’m sorry you feel that way. We’ve been reporting Java EE 6 compliance for many different products (JBoss, TomEE, WebSphere, etc…). And those FB posts are just mirroring the content of TheAquarium.

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