@bkuhn Would be useful to see more published data about typical #GPL violations.
@icarito,if someone documents that this is really happening, I'd of course take it seriously. #GPL Violations need evidence, not speculation
@cwebber I hypothesize high point of #GPL adoption preceded high point of proprietary relicensing fwiw. Admittedly all speculative.
Someone emailed me privately to inform me ∃ people who can enforce #GPL on #Linux. I think he doesn't realize I'm one of the few who will.☺
@zotz to clarify, you can use licenses like #GPL or #copyleft-next for music, but arguably suboptimal
@keithzg sure, you can do that. Even tho' #copyleft-next is #GPL compatible, makes sense to explicitly dual-license
@lxoliva if this becomes a problem we can fix in #copyleft-next 0.2.0 or 1.7.0 or whatever. Revision cadence will not be like #GPL.
@lxoliva only in weak sense; can live with that. Has proprietary relicensing never bothered you under #GPL regime?
@lxoliva I am actually thinking of not including not-yet-published !GNU #GPL / #AGPL versions. #tytso raises spectre of GPLv4=BSD.
@zotz I believe #GPL is intended to treat subset of creative aggregations as "mere aggregation" for GPL copyleft purposes
@zotz if #copyleft-next not #GPL compatible anti-license-proliferationist arguments become a bit stronger.
@arnebab Developers who want to aggregate copyright and use dual-license/open-core gimmicks should stick with #GPL and #AGPL.
@mahir256 set of #copyleft-next compatible licenses superset of #GPL compatible licenses. Explicitly compat w/ GPLv2+, AGPLv3+.
@usrshare that's an argument against any new !fs copyleft licenses including updates. NB #copyleft-next is #GPL / #AGPL compatible.
Jeremy Allison from #Google shows License statistics at #LSWC12 #GPL family licenses are at 70%. !FSFE
Dear !Android, what widget/notification app do you suggest for keeping track of multiple time zones? Preferable #GPL.
@fontana: is that what you're doing to #GPL ? !notatroll
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