On Tue, Sep 25, 2001 at 11:17:13AM +0100, cout at eircom.net wrote:
> I don't know if this is true, but someone on linuxnewbie.org said that
> the frontpage 2000 eula says that you may not use front page 2000 to
> create (& possibly) to view media that is a defimation of M$ux.
I think there was an update about that on "News for Nerds, Nerds that
Matter"; the EULA for Frontpage stated that you couldn't use the
Fontpage *logo* if you made a page with negative remarks about MS.
> If you think that is bad, wait until they try putting in the EULA for
> office, that documents created within Microsoft products can only be
> viewed on a Microsoft OS or using a Microsoft product. May seem crazy
> now, but it wouldn't surprise me if Linux took off on the desktop.
I wouldn't put it past them, and it would only survive until *one*
European lawyer looks at it.
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