The .NET reference source code for Version 4.5.x at the Microsoft Reference Source web site used to be licensed under the restrictive Microsoft Reference License (Ms-RSL). It is my understanding that parts of it were published under the MIT license at GitHub with the rest remaining under the (Ms-RSL).
Today if I click on the “License” menu item at the Reference Source web site I am shown the MIT license. This then brings me to my question:
Can I now freely use all of the Reference Source code for anything I want to?
Or only the code currently available on the GitHub web site?
In particular I would like to know if I could copy code from the implementation of a WPF control and use it in my commercial software code.
Links to official statements on this matter would be appreciated.