Being able to answer a specific question from a specific software licence is different from "compare two (potentially) completely different things and tell me what I should do".
What they should do is consult an intellectual property lawyer.
In the past we allowed some licencing questions on the grounds that they were specific, focused, and about ...
This isn't even a end user question, its a developer question.
Everything else aside, this is pretty much
programming and software development
(SO would close it for other reasons. And its not exactly a good question)
I think well, we really shouldn't be spitballing answers on pretty marginal questions and I can't really see any way its on topic ...