I have released works with MIT licence, others with CC BY-SA, etc.
But for a specific work, I'd like to share it with Creative Commons BY-SA-NC, i.e. I don't want people who will modify/fork it to make a commercial use of it.
Can I still sell this software (or service linked to it) myself?
I read that having one "public" license (here CC BY-SA-NC) does not forbid me to re-license to other people (here, to myself!) with other conditions, since I am the author and copyright-owner of the work.
Does this apply here?
Or would the fact I do a commercial use myself break the "public" CC BY-SA-NC license of my work?
Examples of open source projects having multiple licensing for the same work: Sqlite Copyright