I’m trying to find out if it’s possible to publish an umbrella project under AGPL3 and use Phoenix in it?
I am unable to find the email address of Chris and failed to reach him by other means.
Can someone advise me on what I can do or perhaps offer an answer?
What exactly are your concerns regarding Phoenix and using the AGPL3?
Phoenix is licensed under the very permissive MIT/Expat license which explicitly allows sublicensing code as long as the original license notice is retained.
He’s here, probably wait until the weekday.
But yeah,MIT works fine with the AGPL as I recall (just not the ‘other’ way).
@wmnnd I’m not a license expert and didn’t want to do something wrong.
Wanted to clear this question out before starting to publish on Github.
@OvermindDL1 Thanks! I sure hope that’s the case!
The MIT is free license compatible. So yes you can totally build something under the AGPL that use Phoenix.
Phoenix shipping with AGPL code under MIT could be a problem, but in your case, no particular problem no.
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html#Expat see here under Expat license