In addition, your license will be permanently reintroduced by a specific copyright holder if the copyright holder informs you of the violation with reasonable means, this is the first time you have received a notice of violation of that license (for each work) from that copyright holder, and you repair the violation before 30 days after receiving the notification. A: “dual-license” means that the same code is released under two different licenses. Zfone`s dual licensing model is based on the principle of fair trade, Quid pro Quo, “something for something.” If you use Zfone`s SDK commercially , i.e. to create proprietary software for sale or to use it in a commercial environment – you must purchase a commercial license from Zfone. If our software earns money for you, we would also like to be paid. If you want to write open source software, you can also use the open source version of SDK Zfone, which will be published under the AGPL. If you`re using the open source version, you should also share your app and full source code under the AGPL. This model has proven its worth for a number of leading companies such as mySQL and Sleepycat. Note that only libZRTP sdK libraries are provided under the AGPL. Zfone parts that are not part of SDK libZRTP libraries are not under the AGPL, GPL or other open source license. Even if the source code for these components is published for peer review, the copyright status of these components remains proprietary.
Moglen and Kuhn wrote the text of the proposed new section 2 (d) and made it available to Poole, who then asked the FSF to publish a derivative of GPLv2 for this purpose. In March 2002, Affero, Inc. issued the Affero General Public License (AGPLv1) for use with the Affero project and provided the new license to other as-a-service software developers. The AGPL is the same as GPL; Therefore, if your application uses the agPL code, it must be licensed agPL. The FSF considered including the specific provision of AGPLv1 in GPLv3, but ultimately decided to publish a separate license, almost identical to GPLv3, but containing a provision similar to Section 2 (d) d) of AGPLv1. The new license was called gnu Affero General Public License. Maintaining Affero`s name indicated his close historical relationship with AGPLv1. GNU AGPL has received version number 3 for parity with the GPL, and the current gnu Affero General public license is often abbreviated AGPLv3.
Maybe, maybe not. For agPL`s presumed popularity, Black Duck can only come with about 8,000 projects (among more than 60 million open source repositories) that carry the license, the only reasonably known project being MongoDB.