Basically the answer is when I, Fitz, Greg or the team think it is
popular enough. I know you guys think we don't like it for nefarious
reasons, but what you're missing is we dislike -all- new licenses that
are unpopular. They lead to bifurcation of the open source development
world and that is a high price to pay.
I personally think the AGPL is deeply flawed, and I've commented on
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 12:08 AM, Michael R. Bernstein
> On Apr 10, 5:14 am, "Greg Stein" <gst...@google.com> wrote:
> > What is unfortunate for the community is the *spin* that we are
> Fair enough. What is the threshold number of AGPL-licensed projects
> - Michael
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