Re: GPL V3 and Linux - Dead Copyright Holders

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On Wed, 25 Jan 2006, Linus Torvalds wrote:

In other words: the _default_ license strategy is always just the particular version of the GPL that accompanies a project. If you want to license a program under _any_ later version of the GPL, you have to state so explicitly. Linux never did.
That's not what section 9 seems to say. The default is "any version
you like".
regards,
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