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New version of Moodle (Moodle 2) contains new file in a source code:
TRADEMARK.txt. You can see the whole file in their repository:
The restrictions in that file made me wonder if I have a legal right to
package Moodle as "Moodle". I have asked their helpdesk as instructed
and I've got "OK" from Moodle Trust - I can use "Moodle" trademarked name.
The thing I don't fully understand is: is that enough to put package
"moodle" in free? DFSG promises "Free Redistribution" and if somebody
uses Debian & moodle package to advertise "Moodle service" surely they
will breach the trademark agreement.
I've found this sentence in FAQ:
"Currently, Debian does not check for trademarks and their misuse."
but I'm not sure how does it apply to my case.
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