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Re: On the uselessness of Debian trademarks.

* MJ Ray (mjr@dsl.pipex.com) wrote:
> The restrictions permitted by a *registered* trademark are oppressive 
> and Debian should not use them. Furthermore, it should not use 
> copyright licences to police its logos because it is then promoting 
> non-free software.

They're not oppressive and Debian certainly *should* use them to avoid
dillution of the Debian mark.  Provided trademark law handles all the
situations we need it to, I agree that we shouldn't need to have a
restrictive copyright license.


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