Until then, the "version" of mIRC should always be "mIRC" and Khaled should get his credit where his credit is due.
Keep in mind that even in Open Source Software it's illegal to claim someone else's work as your own. It's called a copyright violation and needs no EULA to be enforced. Changing the version reply to say you're using "MY IRC SCRIPT" without mentioning mIRC would be doing just that.
Notice that I discouraged using the dll to replace the version reply with their own. Yes, that would be wrong, but I don't find anything wrong with stopping the reply altogether. This can already be done by ignoring CTCPs, but I don't want to ignore ALL CTCPs, only certain ones, one of which happens to be version requests. We should already have this option.
Those who don't respect the authors wishes can feel free to write their own client free of all restrictions.
No thanks. I'll just continue to stop version replies altogether with the dll.
I think that settles the official sentiment on the issue, whether it's written in the EULA or not.
Says you, the authority?