A University wants to use GhostDoc Community for training students enrolled in the "Programming C#" course and for "AI and Cloud" academic research projects. The University also plans to customize its internal LOB software and is contracted with a third-party company to deliver a software project. GhostDoc Community use is allowed by academic institutions for a classroom learning environment and academic research, and hence the University can use the software for its coursework and the research project. However, GhostDoc Community cannot be used for developing and testing its internal LOB applications and the third-party contract work.
A Fortune 500 company has outsourced the development of its mobile application for an online store to a small firm. The application is not an open-source project. The firm has 3 employees working on the project and would like to use GhostDoc Community. Since the firm is a contractor developing this application for the Fortune 500 company, and since the application is not an open-source project, the firm cannot use GhostDoc Community for developing and testing the application.
A Fortune 500 ISV is working on a web application that is released under the Open Source Institute-approved open source licenses. Employees and contractors developing and testing this application may use GhostDoc Community.
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