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Why I Don’t Use the GPL - Shane Curcuru (Ignite OSCON 2015)From OSCON 2015 in Portland, a 5-minute Ignite talk:
I won’t use the GPL for new software, and you maybe shouldn’t either. “Heretic”, comes the cry from the back of the room! But no – I bleed and believe in open source and the public good as much as you do. The difference is, I want to share my code with *everyone* not just the believers.
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Open Source Basics | Intel SoftwareA simple explanation of how open source projects manage change as well as the structure, roles, and terminology of open source software.
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Comparing Open-Source Software Licenses3DR's Chris Anderson talks about the importance of structuring open-source projects, like the drone-maker community he helped start, in a way that they can be commercialized later, if that's the ultimate goal. He explains how businesses, because of proprietary concerns, avoid software created under open-source licenses that require all derivative work be published for the sake of engaging more developers.