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software FSK modulator/demodulator
opensource  GPLv3  FSK  TTY  RTTY  WAV  ALSA  PulseAudio 
october 2018 by clepple
Reflecting on the GPLv3 license for its 11th anniversary |
On the 11th anniversary of the GPLv3 license, learn about its lasting contributions to free and open source software.
OpenSource  OpenSource_Licenses  GPLv3 
july 2018 by GameGamer43
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When a program is linked with a library, whether statically or using a shared library, the combination of the two is legally speaking a combined work, a derivative of the original library. The ordinary General Public License therefore permits such linking only if the entire combination fits its criteria of freedom. The Lesser General Public License permits more lax criteria for linking other code with the library.
lgpl  gplv3  software  license 
april 2017 by veshi
PAMPI est un logiciel libre permettant de réaliser facilement des présentations
markdown  GPLv3  from twitter
february 2017 by amicalmant
Calypso CalDAV/CardDAV server
Calypso is a python-based CalDAV/CardDAV server that started as a few small patches to Radicale but was eventually split off as a separate project.
Python  GPLv3  vObject  CalDAV  CardDAV 
december 2015 by clepple
a Nix-based continuous build system, released under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 or (at your option) any later version. It continuously checks out sources of software projects from version management systems to build, test and release them. The build tasks are described using Nix expressions. This allows a Hydra build task to specify all the dependencies needed to build or test a project. It supports a number of operating systems, such as various GNU/Linux flavours, Mac OS X, and Windows.
nixos  nix  hydra  ci  cd  gplv3  continuous-integration 
march 2015 by jm
/dev/dump: GNU grep - A Cautionary Tale About GPLv3
[[But if you're a business trying to create value, this is actively harmful.  Its almost impossible to build a product around GPLv3 code unless the only way you create value is through selling support.  (There are a variety of business reasons this is a bad model... with open code, 3rd parties can start "selling support" for your product, possibly giving your product a bad name, and generally leaching off your engineering effort.   In the end, without proprietary code, there is vastly reduced economic incentive to innovate -- you can't use innovation in software to gain a competitive advantage when all software is open.  I would argue that even the innovation that occurs in Linux exists largely due to economic pressures arising from attempts to compete against proprietary systems. )]]

HOWEVER, read the comments.
GPL  license  controversy  GPLv3  open  source 
march 2015 by dandv
Microsoft contributes open-source code to Samba | ZDNet
As Chris Hertel of the Samba Team wrote, “A few years back, a patch submission from coders at Microsoft would have been amazing to the point of unthinkable, but the battles are mostly over and times have changed. We still disagree on some things such as the role of software patents in preventing the creation of innovative software; but Microsoft is now at the forefront of efforts to build a stronger community and improve interoperability in the SMB world.”

[Jeremy Allison] continued, “Now if they’d only stop threatening OSS over patents, and just tried to make money with it the same way everyone else does by building it into products (they’re nearly there I think), I think we could finally bury the hatchet :-).”
Free_Software  Microsoft  Samba  interoperability  GPLv3  FSLNW 
november 2011 by hugoroy

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