Need to include the EULA as part of all release and nightly builds e.g. tar.gz, Mac builds, and .zip builds. http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/EULA/ http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/EULA/firefox-en.txt
This isn't necessary/useful. From a similar issue (stripping of headers on jarred chrome), this is the legal opinion we got from our IP lawyer: "If you want to make a license actually bind someone, you need to inform him of the applicability of the terms of the license prior to "sale" -- which in this case I assume occurs when the user performs the download. It is not a question of what license is included in the product, but what license is presented to the recipient at the time of sale. It always helps to provide licensing information in a product, just for clarity. But including a license in a product is not enough -- hence all the rigmarole that companies go through to make their licenses effective -- break the seal licenses, click-to-accept licenses, etc." If its just for aesthetic or other reasons, fine, but it isn't really useful from a legal perspective.
not blocking 1.0.3
Flags: blocking-aviary1.0.3? → blocking-aviary1.0.3-
EULAs for Mac Firefox are now in for the 1.5 release (1.8 branch) and on the trunk. Bug 302080.
This is fixed, I believe.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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