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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?

You wrote "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?" In case you agree that your copyright ...
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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?

Current idea is to use AGPL, but add an exemption to the license (as owner of the library), that allows owner to sell or provide licenses to use the library to others who do not need to follow AGPL. ...
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Is requiring a link to my site allowed for a FOSS license?

I think the GPL3 allows what you're asking for. Section 7(b) says Notwithstanding any other provision of this License, for material you add to a covered work, you may (if authorized by the copyright ...
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Is requiring a link to my site allowed for a FOSS license?

If I require a SEO link to my site (with that my software installed) from every installation of my software, does it make my license not FOSS? Yes. I'm going to disagree with the other answers and ...
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Is requiring a link to my site allowed for a FOSS license?

The idea to force users of the software to advertise the original author is not new. It was first seen in the 4-clause BSD License. There was a lot of criticism about the advertising clause, and it ...
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Is requiring a link to my site allowed for a FOSS license?

Let's break down this question in parts and start with the FOSS licenses common ground. The common things about FOSS licenses are that one is required to keep the copyright notices of previous ...
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MIT License technicalities and compatibility with Apache 2.0

The MIT and Apache 2.0 licenses are both permissive licenses that put no or very little restriction on what licenses you can use for your own code (even if that code is a modification to MIT/Apache 2....
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Would a YouTuber fall in trouble for recording a walkthough of a Game that uses music licensed under CC BY 3.0?

This is entirely up to the person who owns the copyright on the music (which is nearly always the same person who you are required to attribute). If this person decides to make an issue of it, then ...
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