I want to post a JDK method's source code as part of my answer to a question on Stack Overflow. It looks like I can do this under the terms of the JRL (Java Research License), specifically:
A. License and Copyright Notices. You must include a copy of this Java Research License in a Readme file for any Technology or Modifications you distribute. You must also include the following statement, "Use and distribution of this technology is subject to the Java Research License included herein", (a) once prominently in the source code tree and/or specifications for Your source code distributions, and (b) once in the same file as Your copyright or proprietary notices for Your binary code distributions. You must cause any files containing Your Modification to carry prominent notice stating that You changed the files. You must not remove or alter any copyright or other proprietary notices in the Technology.
Based on this, it sounds like my Stack Overflow answer must include the "Use and distribution of this technology is subject to the Java Research License included herein" statement and the full text of the JRL. Is that correct, or is there a more concise way to post JRE/JDK source without violating the license agreement?