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Next GPL3 Draft to be Released on Wednesday

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At the FSF general meeting today, Richard Stallman announced that the third discussion draft of GPL version 3 will be released on Wednesday and will be open for public comment.

This will be moved briskly into a last-call version, and they hope to close in early June. This version has an additional paragraph that addresses anyone who tries to do what Microsoft is currently doing in the Novell-Microsoft agreement.

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Also on same site today:

It has been pointed out that the PR and marketing done on behalf of the Free Software Movement is rather lacking in polish and professionalism. The majority of it is done by volunteers, usually posting pictures taken at events and unedited audio recordings. So, is there hope for Linux? Yes there is.

Marketing - Linux vs FOSS with the best part being this link to the coolest Linux vs. Other OS "Ad"

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