Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
15.06.2005 pisze Eric Dorland (email@example.com):
> > You're free to make /any/ modifications to firefox, as long as you
> > either rename it to something else or get permission to call it firefox.
> > Doesn't sound non-free to me.
> Please explain to me why it's alright to get special permission to use
> a trademark but not ok for a software license?
Perhaps just because this particular trademark license does not make
the software in question any less free?
PS. If you're that much convinced that you're right, why did you ask
for public comments anyways?
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