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January 23, 2007

GPL Version 3 divides open source community

Filed under: GPL — tuxicity @ 2:23 pm

There are more than 40 different open source and free software licences in use, but the General Public Licence (GPL) is the most widely used. The Linux operating system is just one example of software licensed under the GPL. Yet Linux may not use a new version of the GPL now being drafted, and some of those who use it for other software are hesitating about it.

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