It’s your prerogative to license it however you see it fit, doesn’t matter what anyone else wants.
Coincidentally, I opened one of your source files and found the answer.
// Commercial licenses are available through firstname.lastname@example.org
I think it does matter since picking a certain license might discourage people from contributing. Also I might not be fully informed or have overlooked use cases.
Thanks for reminding me I put that there.
Financially I’m mostly aiming for donations. To be shared with fellow LucKey Devels and to finance LucKey Gatherings.
But my main drive is to propagate open source dogma and other freeing concepts - while supporting their opposites as least as possible (and creating stuff I like) - in hopes they will reflect onto our physical reality and create a world without war, climate apocalypse, hunger, nations or homelessness where we can eat our mushrooms in peace en then… space. You know, pushing the deadline for a better experience.