Quoting Rick Moen:<br><br>>Again, I know of no reason to think this is true, and plenty to think<br>>otherwise. It it _were_ true, I expect I'd have found caselaw to that <br>>effect, and I found none.<br><br>Not finding any case law is a good indication those types of clauses<br>are not enforceable, else there would surely be case law on the subject.<br><br>But the actual legal ramifications of Novell's license (which neither of us<br>really understands in purely legal terms) are not as important as the <br>business effect such licensing will have on Novell. Draconian licensing<br>will alienate their customers, many of whom are likely looking to the<br>exits anyway in light of recent "developments" at Novell.<br><br>- Adrien<br><br><p>
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