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Re: Mozilla Firefox's icon and trademark

* Scott James Remnant (scott@netsplit.com) wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-02-27 at 23:25, Eric Dorland wrote:
> > So, how should I approach the Firefox developers (or branding team)?
> > or should I merely rename the browser in Debian to something like
> > Icerabbit (you get the idea) to skirt these thorny legal issues. It
> > seems OpenOffice.org has similar restrictions on their logo
> > (http://www.openoffice.org/about_us/summary.html), how were they
> > handled?
> > 
> The solution's obvious; name the Debian package and program within it
> "phoenix".
> $ apt-get install phoenix
> $ phoenix

Well the reason the firefox developers renamed phoenix was because
that name had legal problems of it's own. And that doesn't solve the
problem of It's-called-Firefox-everywhere-except-Debian. 

Eric Dorland <eric.dorland@mail.mcgill.ca>
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