> GPLv3? Seriously?
> I see more likely the kernel project coming up with it's own licence,
> probably based on GPLv2, or maybe the opportunity would be ceased to
> create an entirely new beast that would be completely independent from GNU.
Now, that seems unlikely. Mainly because coders don't have the skills to read, let along write, a license. But also much of the "sky is falling" anti-GPLv3 stuff hasn't panned out; personally I'm happy that all my kernel stuff is v2 or later.