Excerpts from William Hubbs's message of 2012-04-27 16:34:05 +0200:
> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 02:26:07PM +0000, Duncan wrote:
> > Amadeusz Żołnowski posted on Fri, 27 Apr 2012 15:45:36 +0200 as
> > excerpted:
> > > Excerpts from Duncan's message of 2012-04-27 15:38:20 +0200:
> > >> No distribution allowed. You're going to be doing
> > >> restrict=mirror, correct?
> > >
> > > Why RESTRICT=mirror? I'd put RESTRICT=fetch, actually.
> > That works. RESTRICT=fetch is stricter so works, but I'm not sure
> > whether it's necessary as I've not paid attention to the legal
> > distinctions since both are out of the question here, but certainly,
> > gentoo can't distribute, so restrict=mirror for sure. Whether it
> > merits restrict=fetch or not I'll let someone else worry about.
> Definitely you should use restrict=mirror.
> Restrict=fetch is used when a user has to go to a web site and
> register or accept a license on the web site before they download the
> file the way I understand it.
And this is probably the case when user has to accept a license on the
website. This is URL for zip archive of yEd-3.9.1:
It directs to website with license text, check-box for accept and
download button. If check-box is not set, following message is shown:
"In order to download yEd, it is necessary that you first accept the
If check-box is set, client is redirected to the page with actual link to
Moreover, I have had email conversation with yWorks representative and
he says that installation files need to be obtained manually by the end
users from their website.