Because of how my employer purchases software, we can't buy from someone who
isn't Adobe when we buy Adobe software. It's a very frustrating purchasing
process.

We were hoping if we purchase 8, then it would sort of cover us on the extra
use of the 7.2 seats in a retroactive way. We would have, in fact, enough
seats of Frame, we just wouldn't use the 8 copies until we can bring the
entire group forward at the same time.

I can't figure out from the EULA if this is legal or not.

sharon

Sharon Burton
CEO, Anthrobytes Consulting
951-369-8590
www.anthrobytes.com


-----Original Message-----
From: Art Campbell [mailto:art.campb...@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2007 2:43 PM
To: sharon at anthrobytes.com
Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Re: Frame Versions Question


Without reading the 8 EULA, which I don't have access to, yes,
probably it's not legal.
Why not just follow the KISS principle and get three 7.2 packages off
the shelf of a retailer who has left-overs and then see if Adobe will
follow it's usual procedure of giving an upgrade to the current
release if the product was purchased in the release time frame?
Adds up to the same amount of money, but you get everyone on 7.2 and
then upgrade together.

Art

On 8/5/07, Sharon Burton <sharon at anthrobytes.com> wrote:
> My employer wants to know if this is legal:
>
> We are adding 3 writers. We currently all run Frame 7.2. We will be
ordering
> Frame 8 for the new writers, with the intention of later this year,
> upgrading all 10 of the other writers to Frame 8. In the interim, we don't
> want some writers in 7.2 and some on 8. We are also about to release a
major
> set of products and don't want to upgrade the docs people midstream. We
all
> know the bad things that can happen of we do that this close to product
> releases.
>
> Can we buy the 3 copies of 8 and then let the 3 writers use 7.2? We will
be
> violating our license agreement?


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