@noleli I'm going to bow out of this mostly because aside from the "tried and true" options that the OSI list https://opensource.org/licenses I know there has been a lot of conversation lately around other types of restrictions (eg: more non-commercial-type options, "ethical source", anti-war, etc) that I am not as familiar with.
As with anything it all depends on your use-case and goals.
AGPL is a good stand-in for "non-commercial" because of the requirement to share back any improvements you make...
@noleli ...even if you only provide a webservice of it. For instance, the GOOG will never allow any AGPL code in their infrastructure ever.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!