[Bug 269656] Re: AN IRRELEVANT LICENSE IS PRESENTED TO YOU FREE-OF-CHARGE ON STARTUP
max.rabkin at gmail.com
Sun Sep 14 17:00:56 UTC 2008
I'd just like to +1 the following:
* Keeping EULAs out of Ubuntu. EULAs are usability bugs: not only are
they horrible, but one is obliged to either read them or risk breaking
the law. By using Ubuntu, I know I am legally on safe ground. Obviously
packages in multiverse may have to show EULAs, but that is at install-
* Dropping Firefox from the default install, if necessary to achieve the
above. I will certainly not run it myself.
* Using Debian's IceWeasel. A proliferation of rebranded Firefoxen is
useless diversity, since they essentially offer nothing different.
"abrowser" is a horrible name. Perhaps the IceWeasel brand will
eventually gain some recognition itself.
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