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You wrote: "I have found ... the "European Union Public License" which do cover the "network use counts as distribution"; however, I'm not an expert at reading legalese - I've tried - and there really isn't much online discussion about this license". You will find information on the EC-owned site www.joinup.eu (looking for the &...


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You can use MIT license for your code. So all users using your code must use it under MIT license, but if they touch that library, they can use it under zlib license. Full package will be in mixed-license form (Some code is MIT, some zlib licensed). Executable will be under the zlib license, because zlib is more restrictive. THIS POST IS NOT A LEGAL ADVICE


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There isn't a particularly good solution. I would give up on trying to achieve a network copyleft effect in your case. The AGPL-3.0 lets you define additional permissions per section 7. Indeed, the LGPL-3.0 is implemented as a set of additional permissions for the GPL-3.0. In principle, you could take the LGPL-3.0 and rewrite it to extend the AGPL-3.0 ...


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If you have taken the pysqlite3 library and are modifying that to add your encryption feature, then you should keep the original zlib license, because it is just easier if a project is under a single license. And the zlib license is not that different from the MIT license anyway. On the other hand, if you are pulling in pysqlite3 as a dependency into your ...


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