The moving away from copyleft I'm afraid is unstoppable at this point. Many long time and loyal open source contributors will tell you they're not touching anything GPLv3 with a 10 foot pole, especially if they're doing anything embedded. As far for the AGPL, it's really being used as a bait-and-switch at this point: give the software away as AGPL and sell a license if the customer wants to run a custom version. In fact, I've seen a handful of projects that are simply dumping it because of the harm it's doing to their businesses. In the case of status.net, for instance, they just went ahead and rewrote everything from scratch and put it under ASL.