I found Automotive Grade Linux , which is an open-source project based on Linux for automotive applications. This (German) news article says that you have to pay money to be a member of AGL. However, I can't find out the licence of the project and what it means to be a member: Do you need to be a member to use the code legally? Is this membership only required for commercial usage, so mainly for car manufacturers?
A docs repo was published under the Apache 2.0 Licence. However, it may only cover the documentation, is from 2016 and read-only. So I'd like to find official, recent information about the current licence state of the AGL project.
I had a look on multiple pages on their site, like the getting started guide for example, without being able to find the exact information about this topic.
This doesn't refer to general licencing information about Linux and other OS projects. I mean this specific to this project in the direction of: When I want to use AGL, what are the conditions and (if applicable) restrictions?