Oh! I see. You won’t be including the QNX OS. They will have to get it
for themselves. That is different.
I’d still be interested in hearing from QSSL if a “promotional” give away
qualifies as a “non-commercial use”.
I’m thinking of something like the QNX4 Web browser sample disk.
Although the downside to that idea is that so many computers don’t know what
to do with a floppy anymore.
John Nagle <email@example.com> wrote:
JN > In the end, we’ll donate the hardware and software to some
JN > nonprofit, probably a university, and they’ll have a new toy
JN > to play with. We’ll probably make the source code generally
JN > available. To use it, someone will need to get a copy of QNX, and
JN > if QNX is no longer freely available, they’ll have to port it
JN > to Linux.
JN > John Nagle
JN > Team Overbot
JN > Bill Caroselli wrote:
It was the fact that you intend to distribute your results (including QNX
OS software) that make me ask if your project ever qualified for the Non-
Commercial use clause of the original NC agreement.