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CNET News: Open-Source Alfresco Shifts to GPL

Feb 23, 2007, 14:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Alfresco, a start-up that commercializes open-source software for helping customers keep track of their digital documents, has adopted the General Public License in an effort to attract outside programmers.

"The company's free Community edition previously used the Mozilla Public License, but the move to GPL removes some barriers, said Matt Asay, Alfresco's vice president of marketing. The company's supported and certified Enterprise edition remains available under a commercial license..."

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