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How can ToolJet relicense AGPL contributions to a less restrictive license?
The code is AGPL and accepts volunteer contributions under that license.
However, in their AGPL announcement it says:
> We do have a commercial license that overrides the AGPL license. This commercial license allows organizations to make changes to ToolJet and provide it as a service.
Does the hosted ToolJet service include unreleased code, leveraging this commercial license?
Every volunteer contributor would need to agree to relicensing and/or would need to have previously agreed to assign their copyright to ToolJet, right?
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I wanted to use ToolJet in my company, but SSO has been playing an important role for my company's security and compliance needs, even though we have only around 100 people. I'm getting lazy to adopt any product that doesn't provide that to me (for a reasonable price).
In the case of no/low-code tools, Budibase offers SSO on its open source edition, which makes it easier for me to adopt it and gain confidence in the product before committing to an enterprise plan with obscure prices and shady sales techniques.
But it's a shame, since the competitors in this space are awesome (ToolJet, AppSmith, NocoDB, Baserow, etc) but rarely consider SSO as a simple and basic feature. They usually put SSO as an enterprise feature in the highest price tier possible.
Btw, Grist is another honorable mention in this space with open source support for SSO.
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