google is terrified of the AGPL and it's hilarious
"The license places restrictions on software used over a network which are extremely difficult for Google to comply with. Using AGPL software requires that anything it links to must also be licensed under the AGPL. Even if you think you aren’t linking to anything important, it still presents a huge risk to Google because of how integrated much of our code is."
@lynnesbian they also refuse to use any software licensed under the WTFPLv2, which is why I've started using it as the default license for all my projects
they also strongly recommend that you don't use "open source" to refer to anything that isn't on the OSI's list
a rule of thumb is that if the license doesn't explicitly provide (not necessarily reciprocally) the FSF's "four essential freedoms" it's probably not on the OSI list
this is mst3k