GPLv3: What the new version of the General Public License means for software developers

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Frank Curran

Date archived: March 17, 2017 | First published: March 15, 2008

from The Rational Edge: Read how the latest version of the General Public License, GPLv3, impacts software development in several important areas, especially in regard to the creation of systems based on components from multiple licensed sources.

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