"Non-commercial use" could mean two different things:
"Don't use the software in a commercial/business context, but only for personal use (i.e. at home)"
"In the case you modify/fork the project, you are not allowed to make a commercial use of it, i.e. sell it"
and it's not very clear how "non-commercial" open-source licenses (such as CC BY-SA-NC) deal with this.
Are there licenses that allow the use in a commercial/business context (ex: you can use BetterExcel++ for your business) but disallow to sell copies of the software or modified versions (you can't sell your own fork of BetterExcel++) of the software?
Note: This question is precisely not a duplicate of this one since the latter uses "non-commercial" as a general term, whereas the very goal of my question is to analyze what "non-commercial" means in popular open-source licenses, and see if "using it for my business" vs. "forking and selling the forked version" can be distinguished.