OSS has won.
The why are you talking about the issue? Just shut up & let these non-OSS ideas die an ignominious death.
The reality is, that no one was thinking about *AAS when these licenses were written, and even when they first came out, very, very few of us engineers considered the implications.
RMS was explicit when he created the GPL: Creators were to make their money by providing services. Okay, but today, that means competing head to head with literally the largest and most profitable companies on the planet.
The really sad thing is not even the death of these projects. The really sad thing is the ensuing loss of wealth when everything ends up siloed again like it was in the late eighties and early nineties.
OS, like open standards, is a boon for the industry. The *AAS-holes are drinking the pond dry, however.