Open source development, forking and GP licences

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I’ve spent the last 24 hours concentrating on some work for friends and clients, Jigoshop regarding their use of the GPL Licence V3 and the repercussions of ‘forking’ a project under that licence, so if you’re at all interested in open source, you might want to head over and read the latest post to see what’s going on.

How the Open Source Makers revolution is continuing…

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Now You Can “Like” Any Tweet on

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Feel free to add to it and make your own creations – I’ll just release this all under the GPL, so change away. As part of Kynetx’s Facebook App contest I wrote a simple browser extension that you can install on Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Firefox, which allows you to, in addition to the “retweet&# , “favorite&# , and “reply&# links you see when you mouse over a Tweet, you can also now “like&# the Tweet as well. What does this do?

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Client solves Ecommerce for WordPress via Open Source

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I also whittered on about everything from the birth of the Free Software Foundation and Open Source to the business models used by the likes of Arduino , and slowly the shape of the Jigoshop business model emerged, which was to release the shop itself under a GPL licence.