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Re:Mozilla violating the Four Freedoms

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on October 12, 2006 01:29 AM
It seems the biggest sticking point is NOT the code changes they want make, but is the "non-free" images. It does cascade down to the code changes, but the biggest issue at hand is that Debian believes the images are not free enough and Mozilla says you cannot use the name without the images.

From my vantage point, Mozilla seems to be less concerned with some code changes than with the trademarking requirements (artwork goes with name).


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