Debian and Mozilla - a study in trademarks
Posted Jan 10, 2005 19:55 UTC (Mon) by piman
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> 1) use Mozilla like any other package but give it some name variant indicating it has been modified
That's what the article is about. Did you read it? This is what Debian (and everyone else) will have to do to distribute Mozilla under the current policy.
But this is substandard for users. What value does the "Mozilla" mark have for anyone -- distributors, users, or the Mozilla Foundation -- when every Unix user uses the Iceweasel browser instead? The Mozilla Foundation needs to realize their management of the mark is hurting everyone.
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