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Last post Dec 13, 2007 03:11 PM by marcind
Dec 13, 2007 02:34 PM|LINK
I don't know if there is any kind of license restriction, etc to using the ASP.Net MVC Framework, so I thought I'd ask.
We plan to use it for a website that will release in late February or early March. I'm not asking for an official release date I promise [:)]
But, if I tell you I know I'm taking my website's life into my own hands, and I tell you I've been doing software for a bunch of years and I know the danger of releasing betas into the wild am I ok using the MVC framework?
In other words, even if you release nothing between now and March (I know not likely, but let's just pretend), and I run on the CTP as is, if I'm comfortable with it, is Microsoft?
Thanks in advance,
Dec 13, 2007 03:11 PM|LINK
Relevant language from the EULA:
1. INSTALLATION AND USE RIGHTS.
a. Installation and Use
* You may install and use any number of copies of the software on your premises to test how it runs with your programs.
* You may use, copy, and embed in your programs the SilverlightPlugin.js, or SilverlightPlugin.debug.js files. However, you may not modify or distribute these files.
* Use in Live Operating Environment. Because the software is a pre-release version, and may not work correctly, provided that you take adequate precautionary measures to back up and protect any data that may be affected by use of the software, you may,
at your sole discretion and risk, use the software in a live operating environment. You may not use the software alone or with programs that are intended for
i. use in hazardous environments, life support or weapons systems; or
ii. conducting e-commerce transactions (exchange of goods and services via an Internet, Extranet or other computer networks), including without limitation shipping, credit card, monetary or other banking transactions.