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How can a project be relicensed?

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. This is my lay understanding. If you are unsure, consult a lawyer. It seems that under U.S. copyright law, any co-author can relicense software without consulting ...
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Choosing an open source license for my up to now commercial project

I'd still suggest considering AGPL You say: I [...] learned that users [...] may have restrictions regarding AGPL, one example being Google But you also say: It'd be very easy for a company to add ...
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PySimpleGUI, until now, has been distributed under the GPLV3, but just became a subscription model. How does that work?

Isn't the prior version still FOSS? Licences do not inhere in software, but instead their obligations attach to the recipient through the act of conveyance. If you received a copy of this software ...
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Choosing an open source license for my up to now commercial project

The GPLv3 covers most of the goals you mentioned and is a good choice. The goal it doesn't cover is the one about the name and logo of the application. Who can use that name and/or logo is a matter of ...
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