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Using AGPL v3 software in an enterprise deployment without sharing the changes

An enterprise utilizes the source code of a network software product licensed under the AGPL v3. It modifies the source code but does not share the changes with the original developer and copyright ...
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How can I structure my program to honor the AGPL and a proprietary license scheme?

I am writing an HTML5/JavaScript app (A) with a closed-source license, into which I wish to import data from third-party program (B). I wrote a library to read (B)'s data files, but as it is a ...
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How does AGPL affect Microservices?

So if I had a microservice architecture and one of my services relied on a piece of AGPL software, and that service wasn't customer facing, but a service that communicated with it was, would I be ...
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Do I need to share the source for my modified AGPL-licensed MongoDB instance if the user doesn't interact with it directly?

MongoDB positively asserts that a program that uses a MongoDB database does not form a combined work with it. This is nice because my web service that uses MongoDB does not need to be licensed under ...
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License change in Affero licensed software

Some time ago I published the source code for a web application under the GNU AFFERO license, some people forked it and modified it in different ways. Now I would like to modify the original version ...
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AGPLv3 §13 and non-interactive software

See AGPLv3 §13 (Remote Network Interaction). Notwithstanding any other provision of this License, if you modify the Program, your modified version must prominently offer all users interacting ...
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Mixing Apache 2.0 and AGPLv3 in open-source project

I have developed and released an open-source Java library under Apache 2.0 license. In the next version, I plan to include BerkeleyDB as one of the supported storage engines. Note that the actual ...
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License header for dual-licensed (AGPL or “non-free”) source code

For one of my products I plan to move from a commercial-only to a dual licensed license model: GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) or a "non-free" license. I can imagine two options for the ...
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How do I license code when rewriting code in another language? [duplicate]

I took the C code from the png2theora example tool of Xiph.Org Theora which has a copyright header: /******************************************************************** * ...
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Does a CC BY-SA 4.0 specification lose any AGPL3+ benefits?

If I release a program specification [1] under the AGPL, and the program itself under the AGPL, the two are obviously compatible: I can develop them at the same time, copy text (for example, method ...
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Commercial AGPL application

I'm developing an application using iText. iText, unless a commercial license is purchased, forces you to abide by the AGPL. My plan is to sell commercial pre-compiled copies of my software at a small ...
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What counts as a modification when using a CMS licensed under AGPL 3.0?

On my Web server, I’m using a CMS licensed under AGPL 3.0. I’m required to provide the source code of this CMS only if I have modified it. But what exactly counts as a modification? It certainly is ...
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Do I have to offer the source of an AGPL (v3.0) licensed Web app even if I didn’t modify it?

The point of using the GNU Affero General Public License (Version 3) is that it allows "users who interact with the licensed software over a network to receive the source for that program" (FSF). ...

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