Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 30th Mar 2006 15:51 UTC, submitted by george
GNU, GPL, Open Source Martin Fink, Hewlett Packard's Linux vice-president, yesterday slammed the open source community's complex licensing schemes, suggesting that there are too many open source licences for developers to manage properly. Closing a presentation at the Linux World Conference and Expo in Sydney yesterday, Fink said, "If there's one thing that you take home from my speech today it is: do not make more open source licences."
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Very True...
by jchildrose on Thu 30th Mar 2006 16:11 UTC
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...There are far too many FOSS licences, when (IMO) there really only needs to be one open source license: the GPL.

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