Greg Walrath (gregw) wrote in lj_biz,
Greg Walrath

What does everyone think

of this story? I thought Trellix already had technology that would do what Blogger does (that is, write content then use a special agent to update your site), but I guess this was too simple for what Trellix was created to do, which is to allow large groups of individuals to manage a web site's content.

Where would LJ fit in such a scheme? We certainly have examples of people using the LJ code on Intranet and perhaps personal Internet servers (a la slashcode), but is LJ in a position, business-wise, to be licensed like this? I'm not too familiar with the internals of the GPL, but can we even 'license' GPL'd software like LJ?

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