Red Hat just posted an interesting press blog entry about how Fedora’s licensing requirements — far from being a hindrance — are helping the broader open source community. By doing our part, in collaboration with Zimbra, to fix a troublesome bit in the Yahoo! Public License, we’ve helped them achieve their goal of freeing the code. And with Zimbra all over the tubes today, this all spells fantastic news for millions of Zimbra users.
Was that a rush reference?
@Casey Dahlin: Of course not, I’m *far* too refined to allude to prog-rock in my blog. It was entirely about my love for Toronto, which has one more “o” in its name than Yahoo!. I KNOW, so obvious, right?