Radical Open Source – Licensing and MPL 2.0

Is Mozilla Foundation fostering a more radical open source approach?

To read my thoughts on open source licenses, have a look at my previous posts here and here .

By introducing the MPL 2.0 license , the Foundation probably intended to work for their community, even though, as a side-effect, they have done much more than this.

Interestingly enough, also because he’s an OSI director,  Simon Phipps has concluded his post focusing on the new MPL 2.0 license with the following statement:  : “I welcome the MPLv2 as a positive contribution to unifying the common cause of many open source developers.… Read the rest