Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
17.06.2005 pisze Peter Samuelson (email@example.com):
> I think you'd best come up with a better line of argument. The "S" in
> DFSG does not stand for "copyright", it stands for "software".
> Software usually contains copyrighted code, and sometimes it also
> contains trademarked names or images.
> You can argue that the DFSG does not apply to trademark restrictions,
> but I hope you have a better reason than "S stands for Copyright".
You could also, as a courtesy to other readers, lay before us the
stunningly obvious proof that a free software that elects to use
trademarks automagically transmutates into non-free state.
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