[Bug 269656] Re: AN IRRELEVANT LICENSE IS PRESENTED TO YOU FREE-OF-CHARGE ON STARTUP
nick at ngr78.co.uk
Mon Sep 15 11:04:42 UTC 2008
This is not an issue about how Ubuntu should redistribute Firefox (in
respect to having a completely free licence), but about how the user
agrees to using Firefox.
Is there even any new issue of free-ness caused by the inclusion of this
Is there any policy about how they should be displayed/formatted - is
there any software with EULA in supported repositories that sets
As the EULA is a legal document, Canonical supports and distributes
Ubuntu internationally, are they aware if the EULA is locally acceptable
(legal, enforceable etc) and what can be done if problems are found with
the EULA ?
How will Canonical support bugs/issues with EULA in any software ?
PS - When will can expect an EULA for Thunderbird ;) ?
AN IRRELEVANT LICENSE IS PRESENTED TO YOU FREE-OF-CHARGE ON STARTUP
You received this bug notification because you are a member of Mozilla
Bugs, which is subscribed to firefox-3.0 in ubuntu.
More information about the Ubuntu-mozillateam-bugs