The GPL v3 is now available to read and comment upon. Even if you have no interest in the new licence or the process, head over there and check out the extremely cool webtool (called “Stet”) which has been built by Orion Montoya for the Software Freedom Law Center to manage the commenting process. It really rocks. The GPL itself is an XML file with a custom DTD, and they use XSL to transform it into XHTML and present it to you. Then, Stet kicks in to enable the commenting system.
A comment in the source says:
/* stet will be released under the GPLv3 as soon as the license is
finalized — so its development may be seen as a sort of
meta-licensing bootstrap operation: a program whose sole purpose is to
develop the terms for its own distribution. */