Stuff we've discussed on IRC.
Posted by ats at 2006-09-22 17:03
"Therefore, as far as we are concerned (and insofar as we control subsystems of the kernel) we cannot foresee any drafts of GPLv3 coming out of the current drafting process that would prove acceptable to us as a licence to move the current Linux Kernel to."
I'm glad to see that the developers who wrote this largely agree with my assessment of the GPLv3 back in January.
(The extremely observant will note that all the new software I've released since then has been under the MIT license...)
But in good GPL-related news today, it's been legally upheld in Germany again.