Switch back to AGPL in light of recent Badwill

In light of the entire core technical team leaving for sake of political failings (i.e. non-technical stakeholder’s greed) back in late 2021/early 2022 there has been a substantial taint on the open source prospects of dgraph.

I wonder if it would be reasonable, for sake of re-instilling confidence in the open source community to reinstate the AGPL license?

What barriers present themselves?
How can the open source community be confident that work invested into dgraph will not become yet another proprietary taint.

The prior argument has been based on Google’s abstinence of AGPL code. This is not in my opinion a taint on the usage of AGPL, but rather a testament that the AGPL was effective in it’s purpose.

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