A few minutes ago I came across the latest post from Redmonk’s James Governor, about the new “Cloud Source License.” 
The use of CPL for the CloudLeft Public License will undoubtedly cause confusion, as the Open Source Initiative has already approved the Common Public License (CPL).
I am left-handed and I studied Latin in high school for four years, so I know the eytomolgy of the word “sinister.” I thus suggest that “left” be replaced by “share,” yielding CSPL.
As for Stallman reintroducing the advertising clause AND insisting on the use of the term “GNU/Cloud,” I can only say,
Richard, give us a break.
It is over.
It is Linux, not GNU/Linux.
You have better things to do, as do we.
1. Any post from James is good news indeed. I fear that his obituary will begin, “James Governor died recently. His body was found slumped over his terminal. The last words he typed were, “Here’s a good twit…”