Re: "Debian" Core Consortium
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Stephen Frost wrote:
> * Ian Murdock (email@example.com) wrote:
>>Stephen Frost wrote:
>>>Uh, my response would be appropriate if Debian *did* have the trademark
>>>policy Linus uses for Linux. It's basically "ask first, get an official
>>>submark before using it, or don't use it".
>>I've had a company called "Progeny Linux Systems" for over five
>>years now and have been involved in various other organizations
>>through the years which included the name "Linux" (like
>>the "Linux Core Consortium"), and I've yet to have
>>to ask Linus for permission to use the Linux trademark.
I'm sure Bill Gates would demand if its name was used in something like
"Windows Core Consortiu", but are we Microsoft?
I think if it affect Debian in a bad form, we must force to forget that
use. Is this the case? I think no.
e-mail: Miguel Gea Milvaques <debian(@nospam)miguelgea.com
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