License Zero: a standardised dual permissive license with streamlined payments for commercial use https://medium.com/licensezero/the-license-zero-manifesto-fecb7aaf4c0a
Unlike the GPL it discriminates against commercial users directly rather than by proxy (downstream closed source). I don't know if it will work out but like the concept a lot. Maintainers sorely need more ways to generate income to do great work.
@tomk I support the idea of people being paid for their labor, but other than the software tooling, I'm unclear how this differs from the usual dual licensing. It seems to have the same issues as any dual licensing scheme? The license tooling won't help overcome the hurdles of corporate processes. Many developers work in companies where we can't make purchasing decisions nor accept licensing terms on behalf of the company. Perhaps that should change or perhaps corporate devs are not the target?