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  1. Giorgos Sarigiannidis
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    “I think Gutenberg has a chance to become a cross-CMS standard, giving users a familiar interface any place they currently have a rich text box.”

    I can fully agree with that, as I’ve been thinking about it too since when I read about the Gutenberg fork for Drupal (which was a few years back).

    I believe that we often lose focus comparing Gutenberg with page builders, when its potential goes way beyond that.

    Personally, I like Gutenberg because it allowed me to start thinking out of the box in solving problems that up until now seemed to have very limited ways to deal with. Having that freedom outside WordPress would be a very interesting perspective.

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  2. Otto
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    Seems like a good idea to me.

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  3. Ryan Hellyer
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    This seems like a good idea to me. It’s still available under GPL, but allows it’s use in other platforms too.

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  4. Billy B
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    I thought the GPL license stated that everything that is apart of WordPress must also be GPL including Gutenberg despite its many licenses included in its dependencies?

    Also, the community has gone down this road before..
    https://ma.tt/2015/07/licenses-going-dutch/

    Lastly, they make this one change, and then they do it again and again. In the end, GPL might not matter or survive but it has brought us this far. I guess we will see.

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