Open Source license is AGPL?

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Open Source license is AGPL?

#1 Post by nopunin10did » Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:09 pm

Just to double-check...

This code is licensed under the AGPL, correct? I found a couple files referring to it in the source code, but it's apparently not listed in the project's user-facing readme on GitHub.

And assuming that's correct, how long has it been under the AGPL?

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Re: Open Source license is AGPL?

#2 Post by flash2015 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:24 pm

Looks like 8 years (updated on Sept 4, 2011): ... r/AGPL.txt

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