Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
md@Linux.IT (Marco d'Itri) wrote:
>> We drop their products from Debian, they lose market share. We drop
> Really? Do you actually believe that debian users would switch to
> Konqueror just because we stopped distributing Firefox in Debian?
What about Galeon and the others Gecko-based browsers ?
>> Their trademark policy is something that should not exist in a free
>> software context.
> Why not? Trademarks are not software, and the mozilla trademark policy
> is not depriving anybody of freedoms about their code.
*Their* trademark policy. Maybe the emphasis should have been there in
the first place.
>> They don't care about free software. They don't care
>> about distributors/vendors.
> This looks like a bold statement, and should be argumented a bit more if
> you want people to believe you.
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