Kill this licecence with fire, its' replicating.
This license has been problematic since day one. It also isn't working. MongoDB isn't riding high on a wave of good fortune as a result of this license change, nor are it's other handful of adopters. Their long term viability is more in doubt then ever.
It's hard for me seeing an Apache licensed project going that route. It, along with the BSD license, are the go to forms for permissive use for many of us that want to contribute to projects that really support code re-use over political concerns and the monopolist urges of some of these companies. Unfortunately the pressures on these companies that spun up a startup thinking that "Benevolent Dictator for Life" was a universal business model have been dashed by the Ellisons and Bezoids of the real world.
I look at these events through the eyes of a sysadmin and programmer, and I can't help but feel like these operations are a bait and switch. They lure in a group of developers and users, then pull out the rug once the project has build up an exploitable base, then pivot off of a permissive license. The license is part of a contract with the community, both users and developers, and one actor shouldn't be unilaterally making that decision. That's where the model becomes a tricky fit for a VC funded startup business model. By definition the people involved are beholden to their investors first and their employees second. That means contributing developers and and users are going to be thrown to the sharks.