I'm working on a personal project that I'm planning on licensing under GNU Affero GPL. However, I found some code that's licensed under MIT that really want to utilize, but I'm not sure what I should do about licensing.
The rest of the code will be mine under GNU Affero, it's just a source file and a header file that I'm utilizing that's licensed under MIT.
I've read this Q here on Programmers about MIT/GPL code working together, and this one on SO about software under MIT using GPL libraries, as well as several others, but I'm still not entirely clear on what I should do with the licensing.
As far as I can tell, all I need to do is leave the MIT license on the library and include a note in the license file about the two different licenses and what code they apply to, is that correct?