Linux founder Linus Torvalds isn't making any friends within the hard core open source community lately. Last week he flamed the second draft of the GPL version 3 that was released earlier in the week.
To summarize, Torvards argued that he's looking for a license that promotes sharing without scaring away any potential users.
The GPL3 draft however has introduced controversial provisions about patents and DRM. And although the second draft has watered down some of the more harsh language, it's still there in spirit.
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