I intermittently present a class for highschool kids on microcontroller programming, which has involved a simple AVR-based class project. My co-instructor and I would like to transition from AStudio4 to AStudio6, but I became concerned while reading AStudio6's yards-long License Agreement over the question of whether it allows classroom use. That seems kind of odd, given the AVR's origins as a thesis project of a couple grad students, but it's the impression my non-legal mind gets from reading:
13. General. Licensee will not, and will have no right to, assign, delegate or otherwise transfer (whether voluntarily, by operation of law or otherwise) this Agreement or any of its rights or obligations hereunder to any third party without the prior written consent of Atmel, and any purported assignment, delegation or other transfer without such consent will have no force or effect.
Does anyone here have experience with installing AStudio6 on multiple classroom workstation PCs?