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Yes, you can do that. Please go to a lawyer and let him/her draft such a commercial license for you. Do not expect this group here to help. We are here to support the understanding of OSS, not of commercial licenses. Please be sure to check all of the licenses of the real open source code you might be using/including in your project and to fulfill all of the ...


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There is no universal rule. You have to file a bug and ask. In general, it is probably safest to assume that the most restrictive or most specific license terms apply, unless there is some indication that the author intended to dual-license (i.e. that they wanted to let you choose which license terms to follow). In this case, that means you're probably ...


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