In reply to Andrew
"Entirely untrue - all Open Source (and Free Software) licences, including the GPL, depend on enforceable copyright. "
Open source is copyright free in the sense that anyone can freely make copies of it and amend it for their own purposes. That is what I meant. I agree that the licence also places restrictions on what can subsequently be done with those copies, so the granter of the licence still retains the right to enforce that!
The web in 2009: Your thoughts The web in 2009 is ever-so shiny and a long way from the grey HTML2 days of the late-1990s. Is it over-the-top bling or can it provide useful interaction between websites and readers? 6 comments, latest by ricp on 24/1/09 11:58AM. Published: 10 Jan 2009