A contributor is not allowed to use Fedora legally?

Sam Tregar sam at tregar.com
Tue Sep 21 19:28:18 UTC 2004

On Tue, 21 Sep 2004, Pasha wrote:

> I don't think US copyright law has anything to do with the matter. EULA
> is a sort of contract, so by agreeing to it, Roozbeh can't use fedora
> legally.

That's only true if Iranian law recognizes the EULA, which I imagine
would have something to do with recognition of US copyright law.
Maybe the two are completely separate.  I'm not an Iranian lawyer so I
can't say for certain.

My point is that this question can't be answered based on the GPL or
any other contract based on US copyright law.  These documents most
likely have no legal force in Iran.  What's legal for Roozbeh is
defined entirely by the Iranian legal system.


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