|Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, April 24 2012 @ 01:25 AM EDT|
|In re-posing my own questions in the parent comment I seemed |
to have anticipated Bob Lee's testimony of Week 2, Day 6 .
Bob Lee Takes the Stand Again:
Bob Lee: Sun intendend TCK to be open standards. The JSPA
prohibits them from preventing companies from doing stuff.
This was going fine, up until Apache came along....
Google: These licenses - as a software engineer - can they
be applicable to API packages?
Judge Alsup: Is he an expert witness?
Google: No, he's not.
Judge Alsup: I think this is specialized knowledge.
Bob Lee: Certainly that's the whole point of ...
Judge to Google: Uh uh uh - you can't say that! [Judge
lecturing Mr. Lee.]
So, will -- or should ? -- Google's lawyers call an expert
legal witness to answer the questions that the Judge feels
Bob Lee is not qualified to answer regarding the terms of
the Java Specification Participation Agreement(s) ( JSPAs )
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