On Tue, 2012-02-21 at 01:12 +0900, Charles Plessy wrote: > Le Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 03:26:59PM +0000, Uoti Urpala a écrit : > > > > If you want to allow doing all modifications permitted by the DFSG > > (which includes obnoxious ones) without the effort of rebranding, then > > you must remove all use of trademarks from Debian, including the > > Debian trademark itself. > > I support dropping our trademarks. We have to show the way. We have a strong > tradition of idenfifying ourselves via trusted information networks that are > under our control; mostly our keyring. We can also make a step further and > include links (possibly qrcoded) to specific subpages of www.debian.org in the A brilliant way to ensure no-one ever visits them! > printed material we distribute which would explain how to authentify the > material. This is much saner than guaranteeing authenticity through a social > mechanism that intends to inhibit others from modifying our works. Yes, let's solve this social problem by technical instead of social means. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings If at first you don't succeed, you're doing about average.
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