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AGPL/LGPL licensed app usage in proprietary software

I have software with proprietary license. For some reasons I need an AGPL library (DLL). So, for including the AGPL licensed application (To manage license terms) I am using the following methods (I ...
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(A)GPLv3 - 'covered work' and 'based on'. is it really viral?

In AGPLv3 and GPLv3, clause 5c says: You may convey a work based on the Program, or the modifications to produce it from the Program [only if you] license the entire work, as a whole, under this ...
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Proprietary desktop application that works with AGPL-licensed server application

I'm programming a desktop application that's proprietary. On my server, it will run application with the AGPL (Affero General Public License). Server app will process the data that will come through ...
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Licensing a project which uses numerous other modified projects under different licenses

I am using multiple libraries in a project I plan to release and distribute in both source and binary form. In my project, I use a few other open-source projects, and modified the source-code in a few ...
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How to use technically dual-licensed software?

From a practical angle. Say I downloaded some Open Source SW which is dually licensed, e.g. by AGPL and European Union Public license. Now I want to include it into my project. What steps should I ...
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Is AGPLv3 "sticky" for commercial clients's clients? (embeddable script)

I'm doing a platform for LiveChat, commonly this LiveChat is embedded in other sites via a js script so the live chat widget is displayed in the host websites, therefore it allows communication with ...
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Can a package manager solve the AGPL "remote network interaction" problem?

Says AGPLv3: Notwithstanding any other provision of this License, if you modify the Program, your modified version must prominently offer all users interacting with it remotely through a computer ...
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Using AGPL version 3 code in a chrome extension that is part of a SaaS project

I was thinking of building a chrome extension using some open source code licensed under AGPL version 3 for one of my projects. I have modified the original source code quite heavily, and am fine with ...
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Can artwork under CC-BY NC ND be used in AGPL codebase?

Can artwork under CC-BY NC ND be used in AGPL codebase? I have sprites for a game I want to release under CC-BY NC ND license. Game code itself is licensed as AGPL, while sprites are mostly CC-BY SA. ...
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How to use AGPL library in an Apache v2 project?

I just discovered that the project which I'm working on was using iText but it is expected to be released under the Apache v2 license. As I understood the only way to use the free AGPL version of ...
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Cite the source of a CC BY icon in a website only in the metadata?

I am writing a a piece of software. The Software is licensed under the AGPL. If I wanted to use an icon licensed under CC-BY, Apache license version 2.0 (Material Design) or GPL (numix icon theme), ...
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Does using an AGPLv3 application through a customised API deem a interfacing application derivative work and must be made public to network users?

A few points to be made to help give clarity to the scenario: The AGPL application and its API can and most likely be customised to suit business needs Other unknown licensed applications require to ...
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Does inbound=outbound apply to GPL-family without a CLA?

The traditional expectation for contributions to a free software project are "inbound=outbound" [1] [2]. That is, if the project is under license X, contributions are made under license X. Does this ...
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AGPL and sandboxed user code

I'm developing a web application that allows users to program single-file scripts. These scripts are sandboxed and executed in the same application. I'd like to release the source of my application ...
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Can one use AGPL application without copy left effects?

I am going to start by stating that I've read (almost) all the posts related to the AGPL license. Unfortunately it's not yet clear. Most of the posts refer to libraries while I use it as an ...
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Using GPL library in my own Apache library

I have a GPL library and an Apache-licensed library. I want to use the GPL library in my Apache library and for the Apache library to stay Apache. Is that even possible?
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Displaying a logo as attribution

An AGPL licensed web application I'm interested in using has the following stipulations: "Pursuant to section 7 3(b) of the GNU AGPL you must retain the original {{package}} logo when distributing ...
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Open Source licences applications in R, RShiny and OpenCPU data outputs

So, first of all I do not want to sell any scripts or commercial applications that use R scrips or libraries. The Open Source is there for a reason and it should remain as it is. I would like to ...
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Having a copyright protected image on AGPL website

I'm developing a piece of software that will be available under AGPL license. It is a webpage intended to be used by different fandoms to track interviews with their favorite author/creator. I'm ...
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AGPL v3 project with MIT licensed framework

I wish to create an AGPLv3 project which uses an underlying framework which is MIT-licensed. The framework offers some source code which needs to/can be modified to make the framework bend to the ...
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If I use AGPL software (hosted on my environment) to populate DB data w/o any code changes, should I open the code of my software that does DB calls?

If I use AGPL service w/o code changes to populate data in the Mongo database and then retrieve this data from DB via my own-written service, should I open-source the code of my service? My own-...
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AGPL license - RStudio Server

I know that there are certainly already many questions on this topic - I have also read through quite a few, but unfortunately still do not understand it. I am in the process of deploying an RShiny ...
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Proprietary app injecting CSS into a remote self-hosted GPL web-app in WebView

I'm building a proprietary application that loads into its WebView a remote, self-hosted GPLv2 licensed web application. I'm sure that loading a resource via WebView will not violate GPL (the web ...
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Can I use a AGPL/GPL package and software for closed-source backend API?

I'm creating an API for a website. An interesting Node.js package I would need is licensed under the AGPL-3. that package is a binding library that speaks to a GPL-2 licensed software (compiled binary)...
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Can I use unmodified Grafana as the visualisation component of my commercial service?

In the light of the new AGPL Grafana license, can we still use unmodifed Grafana served as a docker image on cloud as the visualisation component of our commercial service? My understanding so far is ...
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LOB applications and AGPL

I understand that SaaS applications are considered to be "distributed" or "conveyed" when they are used, what about LOB applications? For example an eCommerce site which has a ...
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How do I go about having stuff licensed differently in a project licensed under a different license?

Suppose my project A is licensed under AGPL v3. Now I choose to include stuff (a filter list actually) from different sources, which are licensed under GPLv2, CC-BY 4.0, and I have combined them in a ...
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Are these additional permission properly worded?

I'm planning to create an AGPL licensed web app that should help you with organizing your life. I want to create it in Clojure but there are a few roadblocks that I want to avoid with additional ...
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AGPL - Api usage

I am currently working on a workout app for a gym and in my research stumbled upon wger. https://wger.de/en/software/license. An API distributed under AGPL. My question is the following: Does the ...
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Which license to use LGPL-3.0, MPL-2.0 or AGPL-3.0 for a library that manages files locally?

I'm open-sourcing a library that tries to make managing local files easier by enabling full text search, encryption, corruption handling & remote transfer/distribution of files. What license to ...
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Does GPL cover single page web apps fully

If you're trying to make sure future changes to a single page app (including perhaps adding a backend API) are GPL'd, is it sufficient to release the code under the GPL, or is the AGPL required?
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AGPL 3.0 compatibility

I want to use AGPL to licence my project. But I need learn AGPL compatibility with these 3 licences: Android Software Development Kit License Fabric Software and Services Agreement Crashlytics Terms ...
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Built-in mechanisms to fetch the corresponding source code for AGPLv3-licensed projects

In the AGPLv3 text -after the END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS line- there is this recommendation on How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs which rather terse and states that there are many ways to ...
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AGPL, and converted code

Say I convert an AGPL-licensed library from Java to Kotlin using the IntelliJ code conversion functionality, and change the code from there. Can I then use this converted library in my closed source ...
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Is copyleft triggered for a backend service with GPLv3 dependency dynamically linked, if the backend exposes public API endpoints for mobile client?

I'm trying to figure out if GPLv3 copyleft is triggered for the following scenario: A company has a backend service written in a dynamically typed programming language. The service has a bunch of ...
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Adding AGPL patches to a Software with APACHE2 or MIT License

I am interested in creating a fork of an abandoned software. The software which is no longer maintained is release under the terms of Apache 2 license. Am I allowed to create my patches under a less ...
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Is there any license which is based off on AGPL, but provides exemptions for the owner to allow others use it under a different license?

I have a set of libraries or framework that has been under development for more than a year by my team. We are finally nearing the completion of a few of these projects and want to release them as ...
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Does AGPLv3 prohibit to have a proprietary part of a service?

I'm designing a web service where one part of it will be licensed as AGPLv3 (Affero GPLv3) because of a dependency. But I want to make the other part of that system proprietary. The users will be able ...
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License for open-sourcing a website theme while disallowing direct reuse

I'm working on a theme for the static website generator Hugo to use for my personal portfolio website. Since I prefer open-source code and would like to keep all my own projects in the same vein, I ...
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AGPL and Bitwarden license

I recently was in need for a place to store my passwords and stumbled upon bitwarden. After looking in github I noticed that the code is partially licensed under AGPL and partially under a commercial ...
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Modified version of AGPLv3 software in commercial use - What to expose

we are using an opensource web application for front end UI of our software which is AGPLv3 based. The software also has middleware and back end data base as well The modified software will be sold ...
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How is Static Website affected by fact that it was generated by AGPL-3.0 tool?

There is Pelican Static Site Generator https://blog.getpelican.com/ it takes directory structure with mainly *.RST files ("blog source" written by me) on my HDD and creates another ...
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Berkeley DB JE open source in public web app?

We would like to create a web app that is accessed publicly. The code for Berkeley DB is not modified. the code for the web app will not be downloaded or shared with other groups,but is simply ...
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Understanding AGPLv3 and if I need to OpenSource

I'm thinking of using the following library in a website I am building. https://github.com/imazen/imageflow-dotnet-server It is licensed under the AGPLv3 license. However, I am not 100% clear whether ...
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Indirectly distributed AGPL with FOSS exception compliance

We have an old proprietary service that contains automated tests and they run in our CI & CD infrastructure. In order to run these tests, we are dependent on the old NUnit.Parallel and this ...
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Does AGPL-3.0 extend to the database schema?

If an open source database-backed web application uses the AGPL-3.0 license, do its viral aspects extend to the database schema? If another app, written in a different programming language, uses the ...
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Should I replace this line in AGPL-3.0?

In AGPL 3.0, on line 632, I see this: <one line to give the program's name and a brief idea of what it does.> Copyright (C) <year> <name of author> I'm creating a software with ...
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What are the restrictions on using pretrained binary model under AGPLv3

I'm working on license plate recognition software. I have found following project: https://github.com/openalpr/openalpr The project itself is under AGPL-3.0 Part of this project is trained data for ...
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AGPLv3 for the code and project in general but CC-BY only for doc strings documentation?

I have an Elixir project, I want to license the software under AGPLv3. The code have module attributes that's doc strings used to generate the documentation. Then, can the documentation (and then the ...
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Are there any ways to distribute a program compiled from both CPL and AGPL source code?

GSDJVU is a CPL licensed driver for GhostScript (AGPL). According to DjvuLibre, it is legal to download the source code for both and compile them, but not to redistribute the compiled program due to ...
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