Erik Funkenbusch wrote:
> On 16 Oct 2006 07:03:49 -0700, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Vista EULA restricts display to one person
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>| Paragraph 3C of the EULA states that while the software
>>| is running, you can use but not share its icons, images,
>>| sounds and media.
>>| If Microsoft means to word the EULA this way, that implies
>>| you can't use projectors or linked video monitors if there's
>>| more than one human being present.
>>| It also implies that you can't take a screen shot of the
>>| Vista desktop.
>> Debian's disagreement to copyrights and trademarks
>> (e.g. Firefox logo) seems to address such unacceptable
>> treatment of the end-user.
> Yet many GPL products have "click-thru" shinkwrap GPL licenses, that you
> must agree to, to simply install and USE the software.
They do? Provide examples
Microsoft's Guide To System Design:
It could be worse, but it'll take time.