skOre wrote:lol Mr non-corporate one-poster. They call themselves open-source and this is their EULA:2. Copyright. The software specified in this Licensing Agreement is the sole property of OSS. It is subject to copyright and as such is protected to the fullest extent allowable under law.
3. Use Limitations (also see "5. Licensing", below). You may not use the software in any way which threatens or violates the owner's copyright. This includes the making of copies, reproducing, modifying, de-compiling, reverse engineering, disassembling or making derivative products of the software or decoding it in any other way. All rights not expressly granted are reserved. Any copy of the software you are allowed to make pursuant to this Agreement must contain the entire copyright and other notices included with the original copy of the software.
Just because people can read your source, it doesn't mean you are open source.
Yes, i know. It's not free software.. (however trial is free and non-encoded) And not really open source, (think they just mean what it's not encoded when saying "open source").