On Fri, 01 May 2009 12:12:16 +0100
R-Comp Interactive/RCI <rci(a)rcomp.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> On Fri, 01 May 2009 11:28:21 +0100
> R-Comp Interactive/RCI <rci(a)rcomp.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> Thankyou for your information.
> Can I take this as being that you will from this point on include
> written offers with the products that you sell?
I believe that's what I said at the show!
Right, I just wanted to make sure :)
Since there's a little space at the bottom of our printed welcome
guides, I see no reason not to repeat your kindly-provided (and
thankfully suscinct) paragraph there too :)
That said, under legal precedent (I was looking into this today for
some other business), we're already doing so, since "in writing" has
been extended to cover electronic text as well these days, so as long
as the written (ie. text) offer is included (which it always has
been), everything's hunkidory.
Indeed; GPLv3 mops up the ambiguity, but has a bundle of other new
problems. Most companies upon taking legal advice choose to include a
physical written offer, because then there is no possible argument.
And of course, legal precedents only apply in the jurisdictions they