Re: GPL v2/v3 ?
2008/3/6, Francesco Poli <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> In my opinion, the decision boils down to:
> o if you want to enhance compatibility *and* you trust the FSF to
> keep the promise that future versions of the GNU GPL will be "similar
> in spirit to the present version", then you may choose a "v2 or
> later" approach
> o if you want to enhance compatibility *and* you don't mind seeing
> your copyleft more or less weakened (or even completely destroyed) by
> successive versions of the GNU GPL, then you may choose a "v2 or later"
> o if don't mind reducing compatibility *and* you want a strong and
> certain copyleft (while not trusting the FSF to keep the spirit of the
> GNU GPL v2 in successive versions), then you should choose a "v2 only"
There's another possibility: dual-licensing your code under the GPLv2
only and the GPLv3 only.