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Links 1 through 10 of 54 by Simon Phipps tagged GPLv3

Fabrizio commenting on the need for software to be AGPL-licensed. Perhaps we should consider this for OpenOffice.org?

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Interesting and welcome clarification. Personally I think adding "given" (as in "any given program") in the recital would have fixed the problem but presumably it's too late now.

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Fabrizio takes Funambol into the future by choosing the Affero GPLv3 license. I was surpised SugarCRM didn't wait for Affero, seems ideal for their business model just as it is ideal forFunambol's.

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A significant licensing first-step.

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Looks like a handy pocket reference for those with little background on the GPL approach to FOSS licensing.

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Very welcome development.

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"Shuttleworth also accused Microsoft of using its financial muscle to get vendors to sign patent-related deals with it knowing that such agreements will split the community." Yep. Rember, it's always a poker game for them.

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Great move, and at a panel here at OSCON they also confirmed they are dropping their badgeware policy. Way to go, guys.

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I didn't notice O'Reilly in the GPLv3 conversation, probably the only significant commentator apart from Linus without representation. I have a lot of admiration for Eben's courage in speaking truth to power, and in Tim's humility this morning responding.

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