The GPL has hit 50 percent adoption among its GPL-licensed open-source projects, which represents at least 56,000 open-source projects currently licensed under GPLv3.
GPLv3 is either manna from heaven or fire and brimstone, depending on the survey you read.
GPLv3 just got the nod from the OSI. Why this is important.
GPLv3 continues it steady pace, as Palamida's study reflects.
Palamida reports a 41% increase in GPLv3 uptake over last week's numbers. We're still talking small numbers but growing quickly....
Luis Villa gives us his take on the GPLv3 from the developer's perspective.
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?"
GPLv3 is making steady inroads into the open-source license market. World domination is just around the corner.
If Linus Torvalds and the other key kernel developers were to back a shift to GPLv3, and if there were reasonable legal air cover from respected open-source authorities for doing so, it seems unlikely that we'd see a substantive challenge to such a move.
Electronic Arts has set an old game loose, hopefully to good effect.