An anonymous reader writes: After over seven years under the GPL, SQL-Ledger has switched to a home-grown, non-free licence: the SQL-Ledger Open Source License. This new licence came into effect when version 2.8.0 was released, and contains terms that appear to have been written to remove the ability for a fork to happen to the new series.
Could it be that the recent fork of LedgerSMB was too popular for the author of SQL-Ledger?
"Intel" "Introducing the NEW CORE 80, personal laptop supercomputer running Windows waste my ram and cpu cycles SP2 edition"
But seriously this looks interesting for the future. Now we just need software to fully utilize multicore processors.