I am currently planning to launch an alpha version of the software as a representative of an unregistered company. We (currently I'm the only person on the team) do not have any patents and are not planning to apply for it until we are cash-flow positive. Open-source licenses like that of Open Source Foundation and Free Software Foundation typically allow only free softwares which even include commercialization in the clause. (Even Apache and GPL have similar issues) But, we would like to have a complete control over the aspect of commercialization. (While it is a great opportunity to be helping each other and helping fellow students like us make money, we would not like unhealthy businesses spurring up and ultimately ruining the entire market; If that is the case, then they can either build software from scratch or pay us for commercialization. This is the major intention behind non-commercialisation and attribution. The concerns raised in Lady-Ada's website are similar; But, the solutions are unsatisfactory).
We would like to have something like OpenCV’s non-free modules. While Creative Commons license looks like a perfect fit, the (very) website disclaims the use of it for softwares. Some more people may join in the business and we are planning to update our softwares over the next couple of months. Can you let me know if ‘versioning’ is possible and if multiple licenses are necessary and also if it is wiser to use Creative Commons or modify the existing licenses with exceptions (including Creative Commons)? (and why?) If such licence is not available, it is ok for me to use AGPL or RPL provided that they do not interfere with non-commercial terms (it is ok (although not intended) even if people do not publish source code as long as they use it only for non-commercial purposes; We do not like to annoy them with licence terms and would like to promote the non-commercial adoption as the world needs our software).
Additional note: If there are license terms which would allow us to make our software completely free after some time, then that is desirable. (If I make money and gain traction to get into a great university, I wouldn't mind making it free)
[This question is a follow-up of this question; Sorry, but the number of links has been restricted to two. However, the original question has links. Sorry for the inconvenience]