Re: JRockit in non-free, part II
But wouldn't that be covered by paragraph 2.1?
2.1 Distribution License. BEA grants Distributor a non-exclusive,
non-transferable license to (i) Reproduce and bundle or otherwise
include the Software together with the Value Added Solution, and
(ii) sublicense and distribute the Software, either directly or
indirectly through multiple tiers of distributors, for use by End
Users who agree to be bound by an End User Agreement.
Shouldn't the mirrorers be covered by the phrase "indirectly through
multiple tiers of distributors"?
From: Jacobo Tarrio <email@example.com>
Sent: Wed, 6 Oct 2004 13:35:28 +0200
Subject: Re: JRockit in non-free, part II
O Mércores, 6 de Outubro de 2004 ás 04:24:31 -0700, Johan Walles
Also, since I'm really unsure about what the requirements actually
get into non-free, is the EULA forbidding re-distribution a
I guessed that as long as Debian was allowed to redistribute,
end-users to re-distribute was more of a nuisance to the end-users
show-stopper for JRockit going into non-free.
It is, since it's not "Debian" who is doing the redistribution, but the
ftpmasters of the mirror sites who choose to carry non-free.
Jacobo Tarrío | http://jacobo.tarrio.org/
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