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Re: Wording of Legal Issues myth

On Sat, 2005-08-20 at 17:37 -0500, Patrick Barnes wrote:
> Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> >If their gripe is that they can't play mp3s, only giving an explanation
> >of why is telling them "Tough luck" which is a pretty unfriendly
> >response.  An telling why plus information that we've thought about the
> >problem and there are solutions is "We hate the situation too but we're
> >doing what we can to not get sued and provide you with the multimedia
> >capabilities you desire."
> >
> >I think my addition makes this second point.  If no one thinks it's
> >problematic, I'll commit it.
> >

> I've made a few small changes.  Check it out now and see if you feel it
> does a better job.  I still want to avoid duplicating information
> presented on the ForbiddenItems page, but I can certainly agree with
> your points.
Much better.  I changed the last couple lines to mention ForbiddenItems
has ideas that may aid in finding third-party plugins (while continuing
to plug the OSS alternatives).  See if you agree with the change.


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