Just received a quite unusual mail from an Irrlicht user:

Can I use the irrlicht in my own product for business?

I am not going to read the licence for that, i am lazy. :-)

Woha. Irrlicht's license is about one of the shortest in the open source area. It's about 5 lines long. :-?

eight comments, already:

I don’t want to know what product that lazy person is working on…
UhmOk - 12 05 10 - 11:47

funny, he wasn’t too lazy to write a mail :)
erik - 12 05 10 - 14:40

Sure, you can use it for a business. However, I would recommend using Ogre over irrlicht.
Joe the Brave - 12 05 10 - 17:21

Niko, something for you
Vox - 12 05 10 - 19:12

The user seems to refuse clicking the licence link at all. Otherwise he/she should know its briefness.

Please reply a several hundred words long email to this fellow :)
hermitC (link) - 12 05 10 - 23:11

Did you answer him?
Matthias - 13 05 10 - 04:28

I sent him the link to the license :)
niko - 13 05 10 - 12:09

He didn’t deserve an answer. After all, you can be lazy too !!
Dog - 14 05 10 - 14:07

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