Why do you think that the EULA forbids you to provide an anonymous access? Just put the EULA above the instructions and state that everyone aggrees to the EULA by using the anonymous access. If someone didn't read the EULA then it is his problem that he accepted something that he even doesn't know.Originally posted by DarkDust
After reading through the EULA and the FAQ here in the forum I think I can't provide anonymous access as that seems to be against the EULA since I can't guarantee that someone who checks out anonymously has read and agreed to the EULA. So you need to send me an e-mail stating that you have read and agreed to the EULA and what username and password you'd like to use.
The problem without having anonymous access is that it is a very high hurdle to ask you, that we lose all the people who just want to have a look on it and that prevents them from doing anything with the code.