Posts Tagged ‘eula’

Mozilla EULA Followup

Following up from a few days ago, the EULA (End User License Agreement) has landed for 1.0. I copied the text here so everyone who hasn’t downloaded a build yet can see what I’m talking about: FOR TRANSLATIONS OF THIS LICENSE INTO SELECTED LANGUAGES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.MOZILLA.ORG/LICENSING. MOZILLA FOUNDATION MOZILLA FIREFOX END-USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT […]

EULA

Well, I know this is a sensitive topic, but I’m going to blog about it anyway. The usual rules on comments (no flames, no fires, no matches, no gasoline or other flammable words) apply. If your smart, you won’t dare violate that warning. I’m tired and it’s late, so pardon the usual fragmented thoughts. With […]

Some people are more intelligent after life

And here’s a great example of that theory. Yea right. Voluntary Collective Licensing VCL is about as legitimate as the “Universal language” many Linguist experts have been working towards for generations. It’s a system that will never work because it’s fundamentally flawed. What makes it so moronic is that people know it’s flawed, and they […]