On Thu, 8 May 2003, Jason Hihn wrote:
> Mentions MySQL, but states PostgreSQL is the most mature.
Hmm.. not a very good article but. What on earth is this 24 month stuff?
An alternative arrangement is the Berkeley Software Development (BSD)
license, used by PostgreSQL, which gives source code developers a
proprietary head start of 24 months for their innovations, after which
they become part of the public code base.
Anyone want to send the author a copy of COPYRIGHT?
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