A Survival Guide to Using GPL

November 21, 2017

Sometimes you find the exact open source component you need only to find out that it is a GPL-licensed component. 
We all know that GNU GPL is a copyleft license, which has the potential to be problematic when used in commercial software products. Most companies try to avoid using a copyleft licensed component, so what should you do?
In this white paper, we will explain the basic terms and conditions of the GNU GPL family license and guide you how to use the GPL properly.

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