"On Friday Several kernel developers issued a position paper
criticizing the GPLv3 drafts. That prompted Software Freedom Law
Center (SLFC) chairman Eben Moglen to issue a "renewed invitation"
yesterday to kernel developers to participate in the GPLv3 process.
Linus Torvalds responded to Moglen's statement by saying that his
position on the license is clear and that he's "fed up" with the
"Moglen, in his posting, said:
"In view of recent statements by developers of the Linux kernel,
and the response by the Free Software Foundation, I would like to
offer my personal views as the chief mediator in the GPLv3
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