Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
Matthew Garrett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> (This is a compromise. The Debian Project encourages all authors to
>> not restrict any files, source or binary, from being modified.)
>> Says it all.
> Right. We don't like it, but we think it's free.
We don't like it, and, as a compromise, we accept it when it's not
possible to do otherwise; it's a bit different from considering it
>> Requiring a name change because we apply a security patch or fix a bug
>> crosses the border. It's not like if we were forking their codebase.
> We have permission to apply security patches and fix bugs without
> changing the name.
Is it transferable to our derivatives ?
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