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GPL Project Watch List for Week of 05/23, Special Interview With Marco Barulli
- From Clipperz

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| We hope you enjoyed the interview with Marco Barulli. Maybe this early
| exposure to their new suite will bring more attention and projects to the
| AGPL to help them compile their suite. Speaking of which, our database now
| contains 95 AGPL v3 projects, up 9 AGPL v3 projects from last week and
| approaching its first benchmark of 100 AGPL v3 projects. The GPL v3 count is
| now at 2427 GPL v3 projects, an increase of 56 GPL v3 projects. And lastly,
| our LGPL v3 count is at 220 LGPL v3 projects.
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http://gpl3.blogspot.com/2008/05/gpl...k-of-0523.html

It looks like GPLv3 adoption accelerates a little.


Related:

Why does Microsoft seem scared of GPLv3?

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| Microsoft is extremely keen to avoid "legal debate" over whether its recent
| partnerships with Linux firms such as Novell, Xandros, and Linspire, mean
| Redmond must assume any of the new licenses' legal obligations.
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http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/softwar...9279673,00.htm


Mark Webbink On: GPLv3

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| This week Mark Webbink, former Red Hat General Counsel discusses the GPLv3
| and talks about the limits of sharing, the mellowing out of Linus Torvalds, *
| and issues with the LGPLv3.
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http://truthhappens.redhatmagazine.c...plv3/#comments
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