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'''GNU General Public License''' is the [[:wikipedia:Software license|software license]] used by [[Piga Software]]. The [[:wikipedia:GNU General Public License|GNU General Public License]] is maintained by the [[:wikipedia:Free Software Foundation|Free Software Foundation]], it is a [[:wikipedia:Free software license|free software license]] that allows the redistribution, studying, copying and modifying of the program and its source code. The GNU General Public License is a "[[:wikipedia:copyleft|copyleft]]" license, it requires that every redistribution and modification of a released program fall under the same license, and thus preserve its free status. Many free software projects like the [[:wikipedia:Linux kernel|Linux kernel]] use the GNU General Public License. Currently Piga Software uses [[:wikipedia:GNU General Public License#Version 3|version three]] of the GNU General Public License and if ever a version [[:wikipedia:GNU General Public License#Version 4|version four]] would be released it would be studied by the Piga staff and probably adopted.
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'''GNU General Public License''' is the software license used by Piga Software. The GNU General Public License is created by the Free Software Foundation, it is a Free Software license that allows the redistribution, studying, copying and modifying of the program and its source code. The GNU General Public License is a "copyleft" license, it requires that every redistribution and modification of a released program fall under the same license, and thus preserve it's free status. Many free software projects like the Linux kernel use the GNU General Public License. Currently Piga Software uses version 3.0 of the GNU General Public License and if ever a version 4.0 would be released it would be studied by the Piga staff and probably adopted.
  
 
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