Re: The APSL and Export Controls
According to John Hasler:
> (c) must notify Apple and other third parties of how to obtain Your
> Deployed Modifications [...]
> Postcardware. Non-free.
For me to explain, I need to understand; you'll need to cite an OSD
provision that this violates.
> (c) automatically without notice from Apple if You, at any time during the
> term of this License, commence an action for patent infringement against
> Thus if I patent a new semiconductor device and Apple tries to rip me off I
> lose my license if I sue them.
Hm, good point. It's not an OSD violation, but it certainly worth
> 9.1 Infringement.
We've been over this ground before. The termination clause is not a
problem WRT the OSD. Only the Affected Original Code is subject to
revocation, not all of the Original Code. In any case, revocation
isn't mentioned in the OSD.
> You may not use or otherwise export or re-export the Original Code
> except as authorized by United States law and the laws of the
> jurisdiction in which the Original Code was obtained.
> My example stands, as I am not "authorized" to give that printed code to
> Marcus: I am just immune to prosecution for doing so.
If you executed the APSL, that gave you the authority to distribute.
Chip Salzenberg - a.k.a. - <email@example.com>
"When do you work?" "Whenever I'm not busy."