In 2019, multiple open source companies changed course—is it the right move?

Recently, though, there's been a disturbance in the open source force. Within the last year, companies like Redis Labs, MongoDB, and Confluent all changed their software licenses, moving away from open source licenses to more restrictive terms that limit what can be done with the software, making it no longer open source software.

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As a long-time developer and advocate of open source software I’ve taken to write this post partially as a follow-up to a post by Dries Buytaert1, but also to share and add to the current dialogue around open source sustainability.