[opensource-dev] Quiet amendments of TPV (again)
gareth at garethnelson.com
Tue Apr 20 08:16:36 PDT 2010
There have been numerous times since the new TOS came out that i've
wanted to go inworld and have refused to do so for fear of liability
under this policy. Thank you for fixing it, now I might be able to
play with the new plugins API without fear.
With those changes, this is a policy that personally I am much more
On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 3:02 PM, Joe Linden <joe at lindenlab.com> wrote:
> There was nothing quiet, or "in the background" about it, believe me. This
> update is the topic of conversation at the noon PDT brown bag I'm hosting
> today. The changes were pushed live ahead of the meeting, so there would be
> no question they are incorporated in to the TPV and TOS, both of which are
> effective on 4/30.
> I'll see those of you still interested in the subject at noon here:
> -- joe
> On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:45 AM, Boy Lane <boy.lane at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> As this did not make it into the mailing list yet but is rather important,
>> LL changed the TPV policy again, quiet, in the background.
>> I don't know how this affects the legal validity of that document
>> people agreed by clickwrapping since the new ToS popup, I just
>> want to make you aware of that.
>> Robin ran a diff and the actual changes can be found here:
>> Major changes as I see them, the terms "...you develop and distribute"
>> are gone, and one new paragraph was introduced.
>> "Nothing in this Policy is intended to modify the terms of the GPL."
>> Someone in LL seems to have woken up, but damage is done
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