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FSF's Brett Smith Has Your GPLv3 Questions
Friday, April 06 2007 @ 12:40 PM EDT

It's Friday, and that means the time is up for adding questions about the GPLv3 draft 3 for FSF's Brett Smith to answer, at least as far as the original article is concerned. He's collecting them now. He told me that your questions were fantastic, incredibly so, better than some he's gotten from the committees. Normally I'd collect the questions for him, but I asked him to do it, since I'm a bit buried in SCO manure at the moment and extra busy.

So if he misses your question, or an aspect of it, you can repost it on the future article that will present his answers. The conversation isn't over by a long shot, and for that reason, I'm asking you to place any new questions or comments here, not on the original article, so we can keep them all straight. The idea is to answer all your questions, so you can provide meaningful input, but there is some overlap in so many questions -- 729 currently -- so if we miss something important, just sing out. That is what all the eyeballs are for.


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