pygps is a GPS user interface. It shows a listing of satellites, their locations in the sky, a list of latitude, longitude, altitude, status, etc., and moving maps. It was designed to work on the Compaq (now HP) iPAQ PDA running Linux, with a 240x320 screen. However, it uses glade, so that it also works nicely on larger screens, or on a landscape orientation of 320x240. It works with any GPS receiver supported by gpsd (which see).
Bruce had the chance to say something, and blew it.
At the time the APSL subject came up, Bruce had not been removed from the OSI mailing list. He received a copy of the APSL, and said nothing until after it was published. If he was so smart, why did he wait to reveal his objections?
Open Source is Free Software. There will be an APSL 1.1.