Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
Eric Dorland <email@example.com> wrote:
> Now, the Mozilla Foundation is willing to give us permission to use
> the marks, but only to Debian specifically. To me, this feels like a
> violation (at least in spirit) of DFSG #8. It's now nearly six months
I'd say that it is a clear violation of the DFSG, not only in spirit.
> So for hopefully the last time I'd like to get people's opinion on
> this before I take any action. Am I being too pedantic? I'd also love
> to hear how Ubuntu is handling this (not to fan the flames, just to
> get a different perspective).
The Debian Way (tm) would be to drop mozilla, firefox and thunderbird
from Debian -- there's no reason what works with the FSF can't work
with the MoFo.
By the way, what is the status wrt OpenOffice.org, which has the same
kind of issue ?
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