RWPaint's new EULA

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RWPaint's new EULA

Published by on October 8th 2011.

Software EULAs (End-User-License-Agreements) are boring. I bet you have encounter a few of them when installing your favorite applications and (most likely) simply ignored them and clicked "I agree" to continue. Most EULAs are broken.

Why did I put one of those incomprehensible EULAs into my applications few years ago? Good question. It seemed like the standard thing to do. Everyone important had one. I felt like a pro having this piece of gibberish text in my installers.

But these days are over, the new RealWorld Paint will have an understandable EULA. Here it is:


END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR
RealWorld Paint

This the EULA for RealWorld Paint, a legal agreement between you and RealWorld Paint authors, Vlastimil Miléř and Jan Miléř.

You MAY:

  • Install and use the software free of charge.


You may NOT:

  • Do evil things with RealWorld Paint. Evil things include, but are not limited to, promotion of racism, software patents, extreme religion or totalitarian organizations, cyberbullying, or spamming.
  • Redistribute or bundle RealWorld Paint unless explicitly permitted by the authors.
  • Rent, lease, or loan RealWorld Paint.


Warranty, remedy and limitations:

  • Authors are not liable for any damage caused by an error in the software, unexpected conflict with other software or by improper usage of the software.

By selecting "I accept", installing, copying, or otherwise using any part of RealWorld Paint, you agree to be bound by the terms of this EULA.


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user icon sixλxis forum moderator on October 10th 2011

I understand completely :O

user icon Anonymous on September 6th 2012

Implying you are liable for damages not mentioned in the list?

user icon Vlasta site administrator on September 6th 2012

Not saying that I am not liable does not make me automatically liable (I guess), but yes, I consider myself liable for any intentionally caused damage. Can you imagine a case that would not be covered by the disclaimer and unintentional from my side?

user icon Anonymous
What about ICL files?
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