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Re: Review-request for Mugshot Trademark Guidelines



In message <20071204194613.GC4757@debian.borkwood>, John Halton <johnhalton@gmail.com> writes
     3. If they charge a fee for the CD-ROM or other media on which
        they deliver the Mugshot™ code, they warranty the media on
        which the Mugshot™ code is delivered, thus ensuring that the
        recipient receives a usable copy.

Paragraph 3 may be the first problem. It basically prevents "cheap CD"
vendors from selling copies of Debian on an "as is" basis.

Note that, in many jurisdictions, this is actually a legal requirement. For example, this clause would be meaningless in the UK because the vendor would be liable under SOGA (Sale Of Goods Act) anyway.

Cheers,
Wol
--
Anthony W. Youngman - anthony@thewolery.demon.co.uk



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