Intriguing. #MongoDB's new #ServerSidePublicLicense seems to ask pretty much the same thing as the #AGPL, just in a louder voice:
They've already had to smash out a quick v2.0, to fix the Section 13 demand that software used in a service using #SSPL-licensed code be licensed under SSPL, making it incompatible with every other #FreeCode license:
@clacke that's assuming that Mongodb understand the #AGPL, and that making the language in a license more aggressive doesn't necessarily making it any easier to enforce. Given the changes they've already had to make to their vanity license, to fix problems that stood out like dog's balls in v1.0 even to a non-lawyer like me, I'm not convinced they understand either of these things.
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