My company uses WordPress (GPL license), a child theme of a theme and plugins under GPL and just a few code snippets under the MIT license.
Because the GPL license is the stronger license (MIT license is a permissive license) it's therefore applicable license if I understand it correctly.
So if we have some parts of the web application licensed under GPL and then the whole program becomes GPL, do you still have to insert the MIT license information at the points where you inserted it normally into the code? Isn't this misleading for anyone who doesn't know that the whole project is under GPL or how should he know what part of the code is MIT and what is GPL when it is in one file.
I would say that the code that encloses the MIT snippets is then also MIT, because they extend this and do not belong to the GPL parts.
Is there a common solution for that?