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Re: EULAs and the DFSG

Andrew Suffield <asuffield@debian.org> writes:

> On Wed, Dec 04, 2002 at 03:11:25AM +0100, Sunnanvind Fenderson wrote:
> > Anyone willing to clear things up?
> Sure. "EULA" is marketdrone speak for "a license permitting actions
> involving a copyrighted work". It's the content of those licenses that
> matters. Any association you may have between the term "EULA" and
> non-free licenses stems from the absence of marketdrones in free
> software development.

Because I've always read EULA as "end user license agreement", as
something the _end user_ has to agree with before using the program,
as opposed to distribution licenses like the GPL.

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