In my view the decisions should be:
1) What are the remedies for breach of the terms of the GPLv2?
Answer: Either the offender is to cease distributing the offending software (binary or otherwise) AND the code in question is to be completely and entirely removed from the offending product, or some other solution at the discretion of the Free Software Foundation (including but not limited to the offender entirely ceasing to distribute the offending software.
2) What is a "distribution" under the GPLv2 that triggers the obligations under the GPLv2?
Answer: Any transmission of the software in binary or object code, or any other format where the availability of the software (binary or object code) passes into the control of a person other than the owner of the software.
3) Does the GPLv2 include a patent license?
Answer: No. Software is mathematics and therefore is not patentable.
4) What type of integration between proprietary code and GPLv2 licensed code will result in creating a "derivative work" and subject such proprietary code to the terms of the GPLv2?
Answer: All integration in any way other than an API call to a fully separate self-contained program should result in the integrated code being covered by the GPLv2 license.
Isn't there a separate license for covering situations where people might want to distribute GPL and non-GPL software as a part of a package?