Jonathan Schwartz's latest blog talks about his IP troubles with NetApp. In it, he states :
Third, we file patents defensively. Like MySQL or Red Hat, companies similarly competing in the free software marketplace, we file patents to protect the communities from which innovation and opportunity spring.
Mr. Schwartz - if you really believe this, could you please direct Rich Green to give the Apache Harmony project a license for the Java SE TCK. Right now, your IP is being used as a weapon against that community, from which innovation and opportunity spring (I won't bother listing all the Apache software your company uses in it's products...)
(BTW, Evil Geir thinks giving the proceeds of your NetApp lawsuit to the SFLC and ilk is a brilliant move..)