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Re: ActiveState EULA : Is my code safe?

by ignatz (Vicar)
on Jul 30, 2002 at 07:03 UTC ( #186138=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to ActiveState EULA : Is my code safe?

One thing that would be cool would be if in your evaluation of the software you let ActiveState know about how their license has forced you to not recommend their product for commercial use by your company. Maybe if their sales department gets enough PSYCHO FACIST LICENSE = LESS MONEY IN BANK emails they might stop and think about their ways.

That's a shame, I thought that they were on the right track with those products. Just another reason to stick with emacs.

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Re: Re: ActiveState EULA : Is my code safe?
by dws (Chancellor) on Jul 30, 2002 at 07:34 UTC
    One thing that would be cool would be if in your evaluation of the software you let ActiveState know about how their license has forced you to not recommend their product for commercial use by your company.

    If you're going to let a license "force" your decision, it behooves you to be certain that the restriction applies to the purchased product, and not just the evaluation copy.

      Why? A company tries to put their best face forward when they demonstrate goods or services. A customer bases their decision to purchase on that demonstration. If you don't like what you see, don't buy it. It's up to them to make the product as attractive as possible.
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