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No, because "free software" has a specific meaning, and these restrictions no longer fit it.
Mozilla firefox is no more free software.
Posted Sep 29, 2006 17:51 UTC (Fri) by giraffedata (subscriber, #1954)
What part of the definition of free software doesn't allow this restriction?
The restriction on the software we're talking about is this: You can't distribute any derivative of this software under the name "Firefox" without Mozilla's permission.
For all the value I see in free software, I don't see any in free naming.
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