> We resolve violations on a regular basis, and in countries around
> the world. We usually do not publish the specifics, because most
> violations are resolved constructively -- it often turns out people
> have unintentionally made mistakes and do not deserve shaming once
> they have remedied the problems.
There is no shame in reporting a successful resolution of a violation
issue. It hurts no-one to say that such-and-so a company had violated,
inadvertently, the conditions of the GPL on this-and-that piece of
software and that the issue was successfully resolved to satisfaction
for both parties. The company involved will typically have to show
the code anyway (assuming the typical resolution does not involve
removing the GPL-covered code).
No need for a wall of shame, and it might help change the perception
that the FSF is a lame duck.