At my school we’ve developed a nice piece of software, with MS Visual Studio 6. For VS6, we’ve got a student license. This means, we can use it as much as we want, but we are not allowed to produce software for commercial use.
The piece of software we developed, is for a museum. This museum is falls under gouvernment and is a non-profit organisation.
But… they use this software to attract more people to the museum (sounds commercial).
So there is my question: can we hand over this product as we only have a student license? Or do we need to get a “real” license?
And what about if we give only the source code to the museum (so that they buy a VS6 license to compile it themselves)?
Anybody know about this. I can’t get it quite clear from MS self…