A couple of weeks ago SpringSource modified their maintenance policy. The change was a significant move in that it stripped non-paying users of certain perks (rights?), to the point of triggering arguments regarding what, exactly, constitutes an “open source” project.
In an attempt to find a balance between their open source roots and their commercial obligations, SpringSource made a mistake. They’ve now admitted it, and they’ve acted upon that knowledge. Kudos to them.
Back to work.