Animated sprite editor & pixel art tool (Windows, macOS, Linux)
Thanks for the clarification.
So, It's best to use permissible license for the open-source version of the application in case of dual-license if we want to take back the contributions to our non open-source version.
I see this what dual-licensed projects seem to do, I use open-source version of Aseprite under MIT but I paid for the license on their website under EULA.
If anyone has seen a dual-licensed project where the open-source version is under AGPL or similar restrictive license then please mention.
Triton DataCenter: a cloud management platform with first class support for containers. (by TritonDataCenter)
Triton DataCenter is open source, and has commercial revenue in excess of $1M ARR. We were fortunate to acquire this product from Joyent earlier this year, and are now well on our way to the next revenue target.
Triton was built on the backs of giants -- so a slightly different scenario than most.. But it is clear that customers will pay for open source products, and you can more than pay your rent one day!
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> License the source explicitly for non commercial use only
Sadly, GitHub support for this doesn't really exist:
thanks, I found this one too:
The responsive CSS animation framework for creating unique sliders, presentations, banners, and other step-based applications.
Interesting find, I took a cursory look at their GitHub and they seem to accept PR from outside but I didn't find any explicit mention of copyright transfer; Perhaps because there's no separate version of sequence.js for commercial use(Just use case differentiation).
I need a self-hosted basic MDM for free, any ideas?
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