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Re: OpenSSL and GPLed programs

Mark Wielaard <mark@klomp.org> writes:

> It not only has the obnoxious advertising clauses, but it also has the
> Apache style "trademark" clauses (Products derived from this software may
> not be called [some words]).

Trademark clauses are a pain in the butt, but remember that they don't
impede the freeness of the software.  Apache and TeX are two notable
examples of free software with trademark clauses.

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