Re: UC license and debian
Joe Smith <email@example.com>
> UCC 2A-124.2: [...] for example, "There is no
> >warranty that the goods will
> >be fit for a particular purpose".
> Quite simply the disclamer must be in writing and be conspicuous.
> Conspicuous is the key word there.
Even better, the example is not WRITTEN AS A PARAGRAPH OF CAPS.
> It was propably intended to mean that it cannot be hidden in fine print.
> an all caps header preceding it saying something like "WARRANTY DISCLAMER:"
> certainly would make the notice conspicuous.
Could putting the disclaimer in the middle of a paragraph of caps
- making it hard to read - make it inconspicuous? I hope so.
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