The fall of GPLv2 below 50 percent of all open-source projects may not be cause for panic, but it likely is a harbinger of more Apache code to come.
Redmond is proving that it can compete with open source on open source's terms by licensing LinuxIC under the GPLv2 license.
The company releases the code for its lightweight user interface toolkit under a modified GPLv2 license, in what it says was response to developer demand.
Summary of a podcast that IT Business Edge hosted and in which I participated, which centered around GPLv3. A feisty debate at times, but mostly civil, leaving me to wonder, "What benefit does GPLv3 offer that GPLv2 didn't already offer?"