Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
Humberto Massa Guimarães wrote:
> If OTOH we drop their trademarks, our (prospective) users won't even
> notice, because:
> (1) if they install or use a live-cd, they will see the browser icon
> and "Iceweasel Web Browser" caption, and won't notice, and
> (2) if they read about Debian before they install/use a live-cd,
> they will stumble somewhere in the info "Debian uses a rebranded
> version of Firefox called Iceweasel to protect its users (that may
> want to modify and redistribute the software) from any trademark
Firefox is probably the most important piece of Linux software that
actually has name recognition out there in the rest of the world, and I
don't think that we can drop it *or* rebrand it.
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