Re: DCC (Debian Confusion Core) trademark negotiation status
On Monday 17 October 2005 13:22, Ian Jackson wrote:
| PS: Don's message that I quote above was posted to debian-private but
| The alternative, to paraphrase Don's words, seems silly.
That sounds like you can't draw a straight line, Ian.
What's wrong with
"Stick to what you agreed to." ?
If a proprietary part of the 'Debian something' 's code has a remote exploit,
will "Debian" sound less attractive ?
So how about
"Anyone who knowingly exploits someone else's trademark,
without bothering to ask them for permission first,
is a thief." ?
Can anyone afford to entrust their enterprise's computer security
to the Common Thief Consortium ?
I'm glad that you advocate a firmer approach, Ian.
have fun !
Siward de Groot