Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 21st Apr 2012 19:25 UTC
GNU, GPL, Open Source "A new analysis of licensing data shows that not only is use of the GPL and other copyleft licenses continuing to decline, but the rate of disuse is actually accelerating." This shouldn't be surprising. The GPL is complex, and I honestly don't blame both individuals and companies opting for simpler, more straightforward licenses like BSD or MIT-like licenses.
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RE: Practical considerations
by Lennie on Sun 22nd Apr 2012 08:52 UTC in reply to "Practical considerations"
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I think ZFS is a bad example, as it is an exception. Not the rule. Lots of people think CDDL was specifically choosen to prevent it from being part of the Linux kernel.

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