In their posting "The Dangers and Problems with GPLv3", 29 Linux Kernel Developers have rejected the newly proposed GPLv3 licensing. They cite three main issues and have listed numerous others. They do not think it would benefit those that license their software via the GPL licensing scheme. There points seem to be valid and although GPLv2 has some issues it is still better than the new v3 proposition. We need to tread lightly on a licensing scheme v2 that has done so much for the Open Source community. Any changes should be solely out of neccessity or by broad support for a change by the community itself.