The European division of the Free Software Foundation has published a side-by-side comparison of the two drafts of the upcoming third revision of the GPL. All the removed or added lines are clearly marked.
GPLv3 – The Changes from Draft to Draft
Submitted by deanlinkous 2006-11-12 Open Source 6 Comments
Side-by-side comparison of the two drafts of the upcoming third revision of the GPL. “Lets not compare apples with another apple here,” they both taste the same.
The second draft is easer to read. specifically the DRM section. Please keep the side-by-side comparisons coming.
I thought it was a good, easily understandable comparison that clearly shows changes are being implemented.
Here is another good one IMO – The changes between GPLv2 and draft 2 of GPLv3
From this “Some countries have adopted laws prohibiting software that enables users to escape from Digital Restrictions Management. DRM is fundamentally incompatible with the purpose of the GPL”
To this: “Some computers are designed to deny users access to install or run modified versions of the software inside them. This is fundamentally incompatible with the purpose of the GPL”
I guess GPLv3 is no longer anti-DRM?