[Fwd: FW: For Approval: Generic Attribution Provision]
nelson at crynwr.com
Wed Dec 13 17:07:24 UTC 2006
Dalibor Topic writes:
> I'd say that badgerware that requires displaying and propagating
> trademarked logos, is fundamentally contrary to the idea of open
> source, since it makes it very hard to actually fork the code
> without running foul of trademark laws.
If the license requires you to use a trademark, you have an explicit
license to use the trademark. If it doesn't force you to use a
trademark, then there's no issue here. Just comply with trademark law.
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