Re: Mozilla Foundation Trademarks
John Hasler wrote:
Alexander Sack writes:
In general the part of the MoFo brand we are talking about is the product
name (e.g. firefox, thunderbird, sunbird). From what I can recall now, it
is used in the help menu, the about box, the package-name and the window
I'm not convinced that any of these constitute trademark infringement.
Then I'm slightly confused as to your concept of trademark infringement.
If I label the car I've built as a Ford (even if it uses a lot of Ford
parts), it infringes Ford's trademark.
I haven't heard anyone else disputing that to ship a web browser called
"Firefox", Debian needs an arrangement with the owner of the trademark
"Firefox" as applied to web browsers.