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What you are asking is a solution which is moving away from the 'nice' open source path. You are asking for a solution which prevents forking, but forking is one of the core freedoms of OSS. The only mainstream license I am aware of that does that is CC-BY-ND (or CC-BY-NC-ND), but there are good reasons why Creative Commons licenses are not ideal for ...


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The most important point you need to consider is that software licenses are irrevocable - i.e. once you have released a specific version of the code under the GPL, it is available under the GPL for ever, and there's nothing you or anyone else can do about that. This means that your first two options (relicensing some or all of the existing codebase from GPL ...


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