>> On a side note, I could care less whether or not people use illegal
>> copies of software on FreeDOS; that's a personal choice.  But don't
>> try to force your opinion on other people.
>
> You mean the way you are trying to force your opinion on everyone?

No I am not.  I am saying "everyone, make up your own mind; if you
want to download abandonware, go ahead, just don't tell other people
that it's ok".  You are 99.9% unlikely to have any legal difficulties,
but that doesn't make it legal.  Everyone should personally decide if
it's ok for them.

> Are you suddenly a lawyer who magically understands that there's
> no gray area when in fact there is a lot of gray area?  I think you
> have been listening to Microsoft.  Property notions don't
> work well when you are talking about software, especially ancient
> software.  Anything from the 90's or earlier qualifies as ancient
> software.  In the software world, anything that is 3 years old
> can be considered ancient.  Commercial DOS software hasn't been
> supported since the 90's.  if someone wants to squeeze blood out
> of a turnip for using abandoned commercial software, good luck
> to them.  The last word is, talking about http://vetusware.com
> does NOT make me a software pirate.
>
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