On 9/12/2010 8:42 PM, Steve Langasek wrote: > Simply put, a trademark license, even a restrictive one, has no impact on > DFSG compliance because it's unrelated to whether or not you use the > software in question. PMI, but isn't that exactly opposite the reasoning behind the Firefox/Iceweasel rebrand? > Also, please don't ask trademark holders for permission to package software > under the trademarked name; this only leads to the confused belief that we > *need* such permission to use trademarks as package names, and we don't. Isn't it a good idea to CYA when you're not sure? Or has Debian taken an Ask for forgiveness later rather than permission now policy? -- Morgan Gangwere >> Why? > Because it breaks the logical flow of conversation, plus makes messages unreadable. >>> Top-Posting is evil.
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