Mozilla Re-Thinking Firefox EULA


Author: JT Smith

“There is a need for something, something to explain the license I’m not sure I would call it a EULA because that has a meaning to many people of adding restrictions to software and we won’t be doing that,” Baker said. “We’ll be having a license agreement much as Red Hat has a license agreement that says the software is available under the GPL and don’t use our trademarks etcetera. So we’ll have a license agreement but we won’t think of it as a EULA.”



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