But hey, since you subscribe to the argument: is it reasonable for me to ask you to magically agree with me? :rolleyes:
Are you trying to be stubborn or just really dense? Putting something like that in a license wouldn't be demanding someone do that, it would be requiring them to do so if they used the software in question. It is illehgal to agree to do so. Therefore that software is illegal to use. Your notion that because agreeing to do so is illegal you can use the software without consequence is dead wrong.
Your notion that because agreeing to do so is illegal you can use the software without consequence is dead wrong.
Bubba: Hey KaVir, can I run a copy of God Wars II?
KaVir: Sure - when hell freezes over.
[Several weeks later, Bubba is running a copy of God Wars II]
KaVir: I never gave you permission to use my copyrighted work.
Bubba: Yes you did, you said I could use it when hell freezes over. And as that's an impossible condition to meet, it's an invalid clause which can be ignored, so that means I'm allowed to use your code.