We need to update the End-User License Agreement (EULA) for all Mozilla products to the latest version, which includes some minor ammendments and adjustments. Patch coming up.
Minor ammendments. Licensor is now the Mozilla Corporation and third-party distributors have been included in disclaimers of warranty and limitation of liability clauses.
Attachment #197595 - Attachment description: Mozilla EULA Version 1.1 → Mozilla Firefox EULA Version 1.1
If these are final, I'll make new .r files for the EULAs that show at mount time for the Mac dmgs. Are these the licenses to be used for UNofficially-branded Firefox (DeerPark) and Thunderbird? The unofficial Firefox license is currently the same as the official one, with s/Firefox/Deer Park/. Thunderbird unofficial is identical to official. Is this the license to use for Camino? The Camino license is currently the Firefox license, with s/Firefox/Camino/.
Checked in new EULAs for Firefox and Thunderbird on Mozilla1.8 branch and trunk. Holding off on 1.0.x branch until we figure out how to notify users that the EULA changed via software update.
Before we close this bug, Mark need to check in Mac resource file changes.
Yes, these EULAs are final and should be used for the Mac builds. I'm not sure about the unofficial builds, but I don't believe that those are subject to a EULA, they may well be under the MPL or some other license. Let me follow up on that and get back to you.
I checked in some new license.r files for the Mac EULAs. I also changed the Agree/Disagree buttons to Accept/Decline, because the EULA text refers to an "Accept button." I've only done this for official Firefox/Thunderbird builds. Unofficially-branded builds still display the "1.0" EULA for now, pending feedback from cbeard. I've also left Camino alone for the time being. Should it get the new MC license?
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
patrocles is busted on 1.8 branch tbox and on Thunderbird box as a result of the mozilla/mail/LICENSE.txt checkins.
EULAs on the Mozilla Foundation site should also be updated. I'll update Japanese translations. http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/EULA/
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Keywords: fixed1.8 → verified1.8
At the very least, we need to know what to do with Camino.
I'm not sure about Camino. It's not an official product. What EULA does it use now? Josh?
The recent Camino 1.0a1 was the first and only release to go out with an EULA on the disk image. It used the "1.0" EULA from Firefox, with s/Firefox/Camino/.
Chris, can get some guidance for Camino and unbranded Firefox/Thunderbird?
Chris will not be available for at least another week, so it'll take a bit for your response.
Camino can use the FF EULA (s/Firefox/Camino/). minimo is the precedent here. MF lawyers have apparently OK'd it. If you have questions, email me or chofmann.
I updated the Camino EULA to v1.1. The only remaining question is Firefox and Thunderbird builds without official branding (for example, DeerPark). What should be displayed on those? EULA v1.1? s/Firefox/Deer Park/? MPL? Nothing?
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