Just a reminder that with the release today of Firefox 3.0.5, we’re no longer displaying a EULA on install, and the Mac DMG files will not display the EULA on mounting. (yay!) Instead, we’ll be displaying an infobar that makes people aware of the about:rights text, which outlines how Firefox is licensed, the first time Firefox 3.0.5 (and later) is run.
Please note that public distributions of Firefox are still governed by the Mozilla Trademark Policy, which is referenced in the about:rights text. If you’re looking to distribute customized versions of Firefox, you should contact us at email@example.com for more information.
If you’re currently repacking distributions, please ensure you do not incorporate the EULA with Firefox 3.0.5 (and greater) installers or DMG files moving forward.
Additional information on these changes can be found at the URLs below:
Bug 456439 for adding the about:rights text and a “Know Your Rights” infobar on firstrun
Bug 462254 for removing the EULA from the installer and DMG files
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, and I’ll do my best to answer them.
updated: added links to additional posts from Harvey and Mitchell to provide more information