Re: Dangerous precedent being set - possible serious violation o
Caspian <email@example.com> writes:
> But in Corel's case, they're taking a whole bundle of free software,
> making a little smidgen of free software themselves, adding some
> non-free software, then saying:
> * GPL? What GPL? I see no mention of the GPL in our license...
Excuse me, but that is grossly misrepresenting what Corel does.
The EULA that was posted here a couple of days ago is quite explicit
about most of the software being licenced under "the GPL and other
licenses that allow free modification and redistribution" (or some
similar language). They repeat that in several different places in the
> They're slapping this traditional proprietary software-like EULA
> on their distribution,
Did you actually read it? Seems not...
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