An informal survey conducted at the Linux kernel mailing list has found that a majority of Linux kernel developers are unhappy with GPLv3. Seemingly, these developers take the same stance as Linux founder Linus Torvalds - that GPLv3 expands the license provisions too far in the field of hardware. Indeed, no one who took part in this recent survey expressed any support for GPLv3.
The three key objections noted in section 5 are individually and collectively sufficient reason for us to reject the current licence proposal. However, we also note that the current draft with each of the unacceptable provisions stripped out completely represents at best marginal value over the tested and proven GPLv2. Therefore, as far as we are concerned (and insofar as we control subsystems of the kernel) we cannot foresee any drafts of GPLv3 coming out of the current drafting process that would prove acceptable to us as a licence to move the current Linux Kernel to.