Monthly Archives: August 2007

In Support of the Facts – Palamida’s GPLv3 Statistics

Noah Clements of Sidley Austin LLP recently posted a blog questioning Palamida’s GPLv3 conversion numbers. Healthy debate is a sign of an involved and engaged community and therefore I felt it was important to respond directly to the points Noah makes to clarify key statements. The inclusion of statistics specific […]

GPLv3: past the 5K mark, and going strong 4

I still continue to find articles on the internet downplaying the seemingly normal and sweeping adoption and acceptance of the GPLv3 license. This should point out a few things that indicate that GPLv3 is “here to stay”. We have quietly passed 5000 GPLv3 projects (and related) as a combined number […]