Re: Petition about the Firefox trademark problem
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AFAIK, the name change is not pure Debian, it is a
GNU thing. So what
does it mean?
To me it means that i can finally get a decent browser
released under GNU, not under a proprietary license.
I still don't understand the sense of introducing
new "free" logo.
Tell me why should I use Firefox with free logo ("IceWeasel")
instead of copyrighted "Firefox" until the source and binary
is freely available and licensed for purposes I need ?
Only for purity or I miss something ? For purity there
is "non-free" category.
I have to live with Acrobat Reader and Macromedia
Flash why should I care for one another trademark ?
What's more - as a user I prefer copyrighted but live
Firefox developed by Firefox people rather than potentially dead or orphaned