End user agreement for Valvo
The Valvo User License
The following is an agreement between us (AHA! Software Inc.), the
author and publisher of Valvo, and you, its user. If you are not
willing to abide by the terms of this agreement, you must not install
the program, and must remove from your computer any files extracted
from the distribution archive.
You may use Valvo as long as you choose. There are no time limits,
and no features are disabled.
You are allowed and encouraged to give copies of Valvo to other
individuals, provided that you give them the entire contents of the
archive you downloaded (or otherwise obtained), with no files
removed, added or modified. You may repackage the archive onto floppy
disks as long as the contents remain intact as just stipulated.
You are also allowed and encouraged to upload the original archive,
exactly in the form you yourself obtained it, to a bulletin board
service or other software library.
You are also allowed and encouraged to publish the original archive,
exactly in the form you yourself obtained it, as part of a software
collection on CD-ROM, DVD-ROM or the like, provided that no
individual disc in the collection contains more than three games by
AHA! Software Inc., unless by explicit permission of same. Notice of
inclusion in CD-ROM and similar collections, by email or in writing,
is requested but not required.
You are NOT allowed to distribute any individual file or files from
within the archive, or from the installed program, whether or not you
have registered your copy.
You are also NOT allowed to represent yourself or any other
unauthorized person or entity as being the author, developer or
publisher of Valvo, or to claim any rights to Valvo other than those
explicitly granted in this agreement.
Valvo is provided "as-is". No warranties of any kind, express or
implied, are made as to it or any medium it may be on. AHA! Software
Inc. will provide no remedy for indirect, consequential, punitive or
incidental damages arising from it, including such from negligence,
strict liability, or breach of warranty or contract, even after
notice of the possibility of such damages.