"The move comes two years after Google Code launched, when MPL
was one of just seven licenses Google allowed developers to use.
Others included Apache, BSD and the Free Software Foundation's GPL
and LGPL. Google's MPL ban follows the block on FSF's Affero GPL.
That decision's seen a number of projects abandon Google Code for
rival hosts. As with Affero, the reasons for Google's decision are
not entirely clear."
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