"Last week I wrote that Linux creator Linus Torvalds called
advocates of the Free Software Foundation's GPLv3 license
'hypocrites.' A few readers complained I had not provided a
complete picture of Torvald's feelings. They were right. He also
thinks FSF leaders are 'controlling,' 'condescending,' and full of
'hot air.' And he's got more choice words for GPLv3 itself.
"In a series of postings on the Linux kernel mailing list under
the thread 'Dual-Licensing Linux Kernel with GPL V2 and GPL V3',
Torvalds makes clear his distaste for the third version of the
General Public License and its creators--a group led by the Free
Software Foundation's eccentric president Richard Stallman..."
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