Open Warfare in Open Source

Disagreements over what should be included in the free software license's next version have pitted the movement's leaders against each other

Say the letters G, P, and L in that order around most folks and you're likely to be met with a blank stare. But try dropping them around the open-source crowd, especially in proximity to San Francisco this mid-August, and you'll get a very different response: everything from fist-pumping to hand-wringing.

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