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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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MIT license ambiguity about copyright?

The MIT license is very permissive, but it does not allow others to "legally claim ownership" in any way, shape, or form. It allows people to use the software, modify it, and even distribute ...
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Can GoJS be included into an open source project?

Essentially if a project does not have MIT or Apache 2 license it probably best not be called open source. If you have to ask about if you can use an open source project means it’s plain old money ...
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Disallowing FOSS code to be used for certain purpose

You cannot. One of the fundamental principles of open source (as defined by the Open Source Definition) is No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor The license must not restrict anyone from ...
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