The GG-GPL preserves some of the ideals of Free Software that it inherited from the AGPL and Open Source but is decidedly not a license of either. There is not an accepted name for the category of licenses that the GG-GPL falls under, however, you may refer to it as “commercial open source” if necessary.
Summary of Terms
This summary is not a part of the license, and is only meant to be a convenient human readable summary of the license. That being said, it has no legal merit and the license text itself takes precedance over this summary in all cases.
You are free to…
view, share, and distribute the source code freely.
modify the source code and create deriavitive works.
run the program.
With the restriction that…
you must license any deriavitive works under the same license.
you cannot deploy the work such that more than 15 users have access to it.
you must provide a way for users who interact with the program a way to get the source code.