On 2 September 2005 Sun announced the retirement of the Sun Industry Standard Source License (SISSL). As a consequence, no future Sun open-source project will use the SISSL. Projects currently using the SISSL under a dual-license scheme, such as OpenOffice.org, are dropping the SISSL and thus simplifying their license scheme as soon as the development cycle allows.
看起來是舊有的部分不動他，但新的版本釋出時只會剩下 LGPL 授權。
Re:Comparison of terms? (Score:5, Informative)
by tmasssey (546878) Alter Relationship on Sunday September 04, @02:48AM (#13471645)
The biggest difference is that if you contribute and distribute your changes to an (L)GPL project, you must make your source publicly available. Under the SISSL, you could distribute binary-only versions of the project.