Are WordPress and Drupal themes, plugins, extensions, etc. legally obligated to be released under the GPL? [more inside]
Does a (preferably open-source) application exist that's one part Customer Relationship Manager (CRM, eg SugarCRM) and one part Enterprise Content Management (ECM, eg: Sharepoint, Alfresco)? Or one that bridges the gaps, connecting relationships with people to documents? [more inside]
Making-money-on-freely-distributable-software-filter: Software licenses that (like typical FOSS licenses) forbid restrictions on modification and redistribution of the software BUT (unlike typical FOSS licenses) permit individual contracts that restrict the particular recipient's use of the software? [more inside]
I'm looking for a list or reference to press releases/news articles about large corporations or government departments that have switched to Linux as a desktop platform. For example this week it was reported that the French police have 5,000 PCs running Ubuntu. [more inside]
Software license filter: Using a GPL-licensed library with a questionably-licensed JNI binding layer. What implications does this have for Java code that links to the JNI layer? [more inside]
Is there any good free software for running many-to-many auctions on a linux server, similar to ebay? [more inside]
Is our webhost violating the GPL? Wordpress, fees and more inside. [more inside]
How should an open source project deal with someone misappropriating its code for profit? [more inside]
I'm looking for recommendations on gpl'd or public domain card games and role playing games. Which ones are easiest to learn and the most fun?
I am creating and publishing-by-download an episodic, story-driven 3D computer game. I want to make the code GPL, and I'd prefer to release the art under Creative Commons. I also want to make mad cash. How can I swing this? [more inside]
Legalfilter: Who really owns an open source project? [more inside]
Can I use this image (LGPL'd) as a logo for my website? I'd like to modify it to change the color but otherwise use it unchanged. I'm unsure about the licensing issues though. [more inside]
Say I was using a Web Content Management System that was covered under the GPL. If I made lots of modifications to the CMS, but only used it for my own site - do I need to provide my modified CMS to the public to download? I'm debating this with a friend - I thought it was only if you are planning to redistribute the software to others, but now I'm wondering - and certainly don't want to a afoul of the GPL.
How do I convince someone to fully "hand over" (to the public, not to me specificallY) a now dead, open source but not totally "open licensed" project. Furthermore, how do I find people who might want to work on its revival? [more inside]
What is the legal status of software developed with OSS tools? [more inside]
What open source groupware package to use? [more inside]
The GPL: If I were to include a piece of GPL'd code in a commercial application that I'm selling a license to, what do I need to do to be in compliance with the GPL?
Free/Open source shared calendar solutions? [mi] [more inside]
Which license should I choose? [more inside] [more inside]