GPL3 is a modification of the GPL2 license (not to be confused with the LGPL).

The main difference between GPL2 and 3 is that GPL3 explicitly addresses software patents, DMCA (and similar legislation that makes it illegal to break DRM) and "Tivoisation" (according to the FSF page, this pertains to hardware limitations placed on specific types of otherwise general purpose computers).

GPL3 projects

  • agnostic-lizard - An almost correct portable code walker for Common Lisp
  • AmOS - AmOS (Ambient Object System) is an object-based computation model aimed at supporting highly dynamic behaviour adaptation to changing contexts
  • Antik - A library for computational mathematics, science, and engineering
  • Antiweb - Antiweb is an event-based HTTP server that can support a high number of persistent connections in very small memory footprints
  • asd-generator - Automatic directory scanner/generator for .asd project files
  • BST - BST is a Common Lisp library for working with binary search trees that can contain any kind of values
  • cl-cron - cl-cron is a simple cron like library that allows you to set up cron-like jobs and run them at predetermined times
  • cl-genomic - A portable Common Lisp library for processing genomic data, including DNA, RNA and amino-acid sequences, and the biological relationships between them
  • cl-icalendar - An implementation of the iCalendar (RFC 5545) file format
  • cl-keycloak - A basic Common Lisp library to connect with Keycloak OIDC and request user info
  • cl-z85 - ZeroMQ base-85 encoding and decoding
  • CLDB - A fast, atomic, consistent, isolated memory based database in Common Lisp
  • CLEWS - Common Lisp Educational Web Server (CLEWS) is a platform for developing educational web applications, providing systems for peer-review assessments, discussion assessments, adaptive tutorials and course management
  • Common Lisp Persistency Manager - A software package for serialization of Common Lisp data structures, much like Python's pickle facility
  • Consfigurator - A system for declarative configuration management using Common Lisp
  • defstar - Defstar is a collection of Common Lisp macros that can be used in place of defun, defmethod, defgeneric, defvar, defparameter, flet, labels, let* and lambda
  • Fileworthy - A simple website to manage your local notes and files across many devices
  • graylex - graylex offers a means to do string operations on input streams without slurping all input at once by using Common Lisp Gray Streams, fixed-sized and flexible buffers
  • hyde - Hyde 1 is a static web site generator written in ECL (Embedded Common Lisp), with no dependencies on external systems, except CL-PPCRE
  • Hyperspec - The Common Lisp Hyperspec is an HTML version of the ANSI Common Lisp Standard
  • ICanCAD - ICanCAD is a CAD application for analog and mixed-signal (analog and digital signals on the same chip) electronics circuit design
  • iescrypt - A tool to encrypt and/or sign files
  • JSCL - jscl is the Common Lisp to JavaScript Compiler, a subset of Common Lisp implementation
  • LENS - Lisp Educational Network Simulator (LENS) provides a Common Lisp environment for network simulations
  • lineva - Linear evaluation macro system for Common Lisp
  • Lisp as a shell - See CLISP-Shell locally or the
  • replay-streams - Replay streams let the programmer rewind to points in a stream that have already been read
  • sawyer - TOML parser in Lisp, fully supporting version 0.4.0
  • shtookovina - Шτookωвiнα is designed to be useful for learners of foreign languages
  • The Feebs War - The Game The Feebs War is a new project based on Planet of the Feebs, with the intent to improve it, giving better support for lisp newbies and enhancing the features provided
  • zen - zen is a hackable X server written in Common Lisp