I ask because I found no answer to this, maybe because is too obvious (I think there is no thing like "legally obvious").
Imagine that I make a small library (DLL) or a styling template (CSS) or whatever, and I want to make it public and open source (yay!).
Until now, I used to license these kind of things with GPLv3 if it is a whole project, or LGPLv3 if it is a small part like I said before.
My question is, as owner of my code and binaries, am I forced in some way to use them in the same way I already specified in the license I give them?
For example, using my GPLv3 library in a proprietary program (closed source) with EULA and everything...
Thanks in advance.