I just have a short question to be 100% sure. From the EULA:
JUCE Personal comes with one licence seat and aims to provide individuals with the opportunity to utilize JUCE free of charge. We provide this licensing option to grow the base of developers who can engage with JUCE and explore its capabilities. To this end, there is no Minimum Commitment. However, you may only use your JUCE Personal to release Applications up to a Revenue Limit of $50,000 (USD or currency conversion equivalent). This means that if gross revenue is generated or raised by you in the amount of $50,000 or more, which is gross revenue, without offsets of any kind and based on overall monies collected, then you may only continue to release your Application in connection with your JUCE Personal licence if (a) you license your Application as an open-source project under the GNU License, as further described in clause 1.8 below, or (b) you upgrade to JUCE Indie or JUCE Pro, as applicable. If you want to distribute your Application, but don’t want to release your Application under the GNU License, then you must upgrade to either JUCE Indie or JUCE Pro.
Ok, I’m not a native English speaking person, so maybe that’s were the confusion comes from. But does that mean…
a) I’m allowed to release close-source projects as long as my gross revenue is < 50.000$ and I’m OK with the splash screen and analytics tracking. If the revenue is > 50.000$ I must switch to open-source or upgrade to Indie / Pro.
b) I’m never allowed to release close-source projects with the Personal licence, even when the revengue is < 50.000$ and I show the splash screen etc…
Thanks in advance