On Tue, 4 May 2004, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Hmm - I'd submit that the term "licensing program" is valid there
Well, yes, they're logos and other trademarked bits. That RHEL is
branded with those must imply some kind of licence i guess. When's
the last time you bought branded clothing and got handed a EULA? :)
> BUT given the potential for confusion with the general concept of
> software licensing, I'll agree that it should best not be used
> Yes, indeed, they wanted my first born as a guarantee that I'd
> comply with their agreement. But hey, as you know, I have spares .
> . .
Indeed. So do you tell the remaining ones "be good or I'll install
RHEL and they'll come and haul you off to the beta^WFedora testing
sweatshop!"? There must be moments... :)
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