JavaOne deployment and compatibility talk rejected

Dalibor, Fernando and I had submitted a talk idea for JavaOne, but it got rejected. I have never been to JavaOne and it would have been nice to talk a bit about our compatibility goal there and how to deploy in a Free Software environment. Many people want to deploy and get their programs written in the java programming language included in the major GNU/Linux distros. What we had wanted to present is how you reach millions of users taking some large packages that are now included with Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu as examples (Eclipse, Jonas,, etc). And explain what is possible now, what are the guidelines to follow when you want this for your own project/product, what will be possible in the future, how to check for compatibility, and which extra integration (like the gcj cross compiling to embedded devices or the .net mono bridge) you get for free. etc. Maybe next year.