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by Marco Nelissen » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 09:10:11 GMT


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1. What's different in the new Developer Distribution Agreement?



Do you know of a hosted edition of the former version of the Agreement?
I hunted but couldn't find one.


Their argument, reading more into section 7.1, is that by invoking one
of those four allegation/infringement claims, is that they are yanking
the app from the Market totally, meaning those who bought it cannot
download it again (e.g., had to hard-reset their device). Hence, even if
Google doesn't apply a proactive "kill switch", some users would be
affected.

It all comes down to the implementation of "at Google's request" for the
refund. If the refund is *only* for those users who are affected by that
problem, this clause isn't a big deal -- there's only going to be so
many affected people and only a portion of those will kvetch enough to
get Google's attention. If, on the other hand, they demand a blanket
refund on all apps sold, this clause will be hell.


This is certainly more troublesome. I detest agreements that use
open-ended language like "applicable law". All we need is some remote
village to pass a rule saying that the Button widget is illegal, and
we're potentially screwed.


This is pretty standard fare. Most legal agreements set up the venue for
legal jurisdiction. Every contract I put together has it set for
Pennsylvania (USA), for example.

Now, I take a somewhat blas attitude because I plan on avoiding Android
Market like the plague as a publisher, except in very specific
circumstances.

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2. Regarding orbital menu in sdk 2.0 android

Hi,

I want to use the orbital menu in my application, similar to that used
in lock screen in sdk 2.0 emulator.

Resources used in that lock screen task are available in sdk 2.0, but
i am not able to find souce code for this.

Can anyone tell me from where can i get this code.



Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Rakesh

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