[Bug 269656] Re: AN IRRELEVANT LICENSE IS PRESENTED TO YOU FREE-OF-CHARGE ON STARTUP
viktor.nagy at gmail.com
Mon Sep 15 11:26:53 UTC 2008
have you ever opened this webpage? about:licence
I don't test intrepid, but I rpesume that's what you are talking about
(or something similar)
if Mozilla's problem is really with the proprietary parts of Firefox,
then it is clearly stated that they speak of this section
Depending on how it was compiled, your product distribution and version
may include the following portions which are not available under the
* Image files containing the trademarks and logos of the Mozilla Foundation, which may not be reproduced without permission. (Copyright ©2004-2008 The Mozilla Foundation. All Rights Reserved. Some trademark rights are used under license from The Charlton Company.)
As this is clearly the case, but this one sentence definitely doesn't
require a whole page EULA, why not incorporating this into the default
ubuntu open page? At least at first startup. If you accept, go on and
never ever ask it again. If you decline, then be redirected to a page on
how to install an alternative abworser.
If I understood the initial comments properly, then this is the only
part of the whole EULA that Mozilla cares about in our case.
AN IRRELEVANT LICENSE IS PRESENTED TO YOU FREE-OF-CHARGE ON STARTUP
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