"It kills contributions from non-employees since doing
a large chunk of code for these guys means that you would hand over
copyright to a company whose entire business idea is to convert
that to a proprietary license and make money from it. In a way you
cannot do yourself since they can turn the GPL code into
proprietary goods and you cannot. This may be a clue to why MySQL
has less community contributors."
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