It seems as if there is enough debate about this that I wanted to start a discussion about if EULA's are currently considered on topic, and if they are should they be.
I made the following argument:
Questions about software licenses are on topic and agreements on licenses fall in that category in my opinion
Another user made the counter argument:
Maybe I'm splitting hairs, but software isn't the only area where EULAs are used, which puts the question into the FAQ's "All People" circle. – Blrfl
It is a strong argument. Other comments like this one make me question if this can even be answered from a non legal perspective since a EULA is a legal contract.
probably worth pointing out that there are often things EULAs can not restrict e.g. statutory rights – jk.
The question is, if software licensing is on topic, does that make agreements about software licensing on topic? And if that is the case, is the EULA a widely enough used agreement outside of the realm of software development that it can be considered to apply to Everyone?