FSF & Conservancy Launch Copyleft.org To Promote Licenses Like The GPL
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 7 November 2014 at 05:53 PM EST. Add A Comment
GNU --
The Software Freedom Conserfancy and Free Software Foundation have announced Copyleft.org.

Copyleft.org is intended as a project to promote copyleft licensing, especially the GPL. There's guides, information on the licenses, and analysis of such licenses. There's also a mailing list, IRC channel, and other resources for those wishing to learn more about these friendly licenses.

Those wishing to learn more can visit Copyleft.org or read the FSF press release announcing this new project.
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