[ubuntu-marketing] Firefox EULA
jakobsson.robin at gmail.com
Tue Sep 16 07:31:20 BST 2008
Not everyone is on every mailing list/in every group.
We should participate in the discussion on launchpad and on Brainstorm.
On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 9:07 PM, Przemysław Kulczycki
<przemekkulczycki at gmail.com> wrote:
> Alan Lord pisze:
>> Hi everyone,
>> please be aware, if you aren't already, that a war of words is likely
>> around the latest release of Firefox (3.0.2). On first use, you are
>> presented with an EULA (Yes, an End User License Agreement). This caught
>> me by surprise a day or so ago after an update on Intrepid Ibex.
>> Firefox is the default browser of Ubuntu and the LiveCD. This may well
>> cause some issues as, currently, in "Ubuntu main" there is no other
>> piece of software that requires the USER to accept usage restrictions.
>> It might even be against the GPL to do so, although IANAL...
>> Here's the meat of the discussion so far:
> Please keep the discussion on this topic on one mailing list. The
> discussion is already in ubuntu-devel-discuss so I strongly suggest
> everyone to move there.
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