> The important thing that Red Hat didn't see fit to specify in its early PR is that anything in Fedora - also being software distributed under a Red Hat Brand - qualifies too. This is, I agree, extremely important. So I would like to make sure I understand it. Is Fedora a "Red Hat Brand" because 'Fedora' is trademarked by Red Hat (which I believe it is)? Is just owning a trademark enough to make it one of your brands? (It seems reasonable, but the law is sometimes far from reasonable.) If this is true, then it is very odd that Red Hat wouldn't mention it in the early press release. Might be an oversight though.
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