unsolicited at swiz.ca
Sun May 11 14:56:29 EDT 2014
Yep. Wasn't talking about the branding.
On 14-05-11 10:57 AM, Darcy Casselman wrote:
> Mozilla takes that stance that if you take their code, say for Firefox, and
> change it (as is your right under their license), it is no longer Firefox
> and cannot be branded as such (as is their right as the brand-holder).
> The code is free; the brand is not.
> Ubuntu takes a similar stance, allowing the mark (or similar mark) be used
> for a limited set of officially recognized derivatives (kubuntu, xubuntu,
> lubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, edubuntu, and ubuntu gnome).
> On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 6:54 AM, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca> wrote:
>> Guess I wasn't very clear.
>> I get the whole fork of Mozilla stuff, and that forks need to be branded
>> The mucking with stuff is within the app itself, nothing to do with the
>> On 14-05-10 11:09 PM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
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>>> unsolicited asks:
>>>> Why they have to keep mucking with it,
>>> License restrictions on non-free software.
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