[opensource-dev] Brown-bag meeting to continue dialog on TVPV
Lance.Corrimal at eregion.de
Fri Apr 9 13:13:34 PDT 2010
Am Freitag 09 April 2010 schrieb Tigro Spottystripes:
> isn't the real issue there that LL is trying to give TPV developers
> legal liabilities (that might be incompatible with the license of
> the code they use to create TPVs) instead of just covering their
> own assets?
that's exactly my point.
why would i have to be responsible for a bug in original LL code just
because i happened to recompile the source, when LL themselves doesn't
take any responsibility at all for the same bug?
> On 9/4/2010 15:29, Lance Corrimal wrote:
> > Am Freitag 09 April 2010 schrieb Joe Miller:
> >> I intend to listen to listen to all reasonable
> >> proposals to address those concerns. Those who do not wish to
> >> participate in that synchronous event can email me instead if
> >> they so choose.
> > My concern about the TPV is mainly with section 7, which, as it
> > is worded right now, places full responsibility for all defects
> > at the feet of a third party developer, even if the bug is in
> > the original linden labs sourcecode.
> > My suggestion for changes to this (my changes are in CAPS):
> > 7.a You are responsible for all uses you make of Third-Party
> > Viewers. If you are a Developer, you are responsible for all
> > CHANGED OR ADDED features, functionality, code, and content of
> > Third-Party Viewers THAT YOU DEVELOP AND DISTRIBUTE.
> > 7.d IF YOU ARE A developer, You assume all risks, expenses, and
> > defects IN ANY MODIFICATIONS OF Third-Party Viewers that you
> > develop, or distribute.
> > IF YOU ARE A USER, YOU AGREE TO THE FACT THAT YOU USE THIS
> > SOFTWARE SOLELY AT YOUR OWN RISK.
> > Linden Lab shall not be responsible or liable for any Third-Party
> > Viewers.
> > bye,
> > LC
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