MySQL addresses open source license problem

CNet |  Open Source

The open source MySQL database recently changed its licensing terms in such a way that made it no longer compatible with PHP, an open source scripting language that is commonly used in conjunction with MySQL. But MySQL has now amended its license again to fix the problem.

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