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Booktype Makes Book Collaboration Web-based and Simple

Ruth Suehle | OpenSource.com | February 21, 2012

If you've ever tried to collaborate with other authors and editors and the many other people who work to make a book successful, you know it's not easy... Last week at the O'Reilly Tools of Change conference, a new platform called Booktype was announced. It was created to help you collaborate on editing content and getting it ready for publishing. Read More »

GPL, Copyleft Use Declining Faster Than Ever

Brian Proffitt | IT World | December 16, 2011

A new analysis of licensing data shows that not only is use of the GPL and other copyleft licenses continuing to decline, but the rate of disuse is actually accelerating. That was the conclusion of Matthew Aslett's analysis of recent data from Black Duck Software, which shows that while use of the GPL, LGPL, and AGPL set of copyleft licenses dominates free and open source projects, that us Read More »

On The Continuing Decline of the GPL

Matthew Aslett | The 451 Group | December 15, 2011

...The figures indicate that not only has the usage of the GNU GPL family of licenses (GPL2+3, LGPL2+3, AGPL) continued to decline since June, but that the decline has accelerated. The GPL family now accounts for about 57% of all open source software, compared to 61% in June.

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