No GPLv3 for MySQL ... Yet
MySQL has worked on creating the next version of the foremost open-source license, the GPL, but it's going to take a wait-and-see approach to adopting it. (Linux-Watch)Kaj Arno, MySQL vice president of community relations, quietly revealed on his blog before Christmas that MySQL has changed its license to "GPL2 Only." This does not mean, however, that MySQL, the well-known open-source DBMS vendor, is sticking to the GPLv2 forever. Unlike the Linux core developers, who have little if any interest in switching to the GPLv3, MySQL has been involved with creating the GPLv3 since its start.
The FSF clarifies "inaccurate" information about GPLv3. Click here to read more.