I'm about to make my first Python repo on github public and it needs a license. It imports four libraries, without modifying them, it merely makes use of their functions. These libraries are in requirements.txt and my application's import statements, they are not in my repository.
Their licenses are MIT, LGPLv3, "LGPL with exceptions or ZPL" and MIT.
Ideally I'd like there to be as little restriction as possible on my code and I'm not sure if what license I choose has to do with the libraries my application imports, specifically the "weak copyleft" LGPL ones. Do they matter?