Wed Dec 12 09:51:17 PST 2001
"M. Drew Streib" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> That said, using the phrase "based on Red Hat Linux" may still be ok, as
> long as you are clear that the actual product you are selling is not
> "Red Hat Linux". The issue becomes one of confusion for the consumer.
I would agree with this. It's unclear to me how far RedHat wants to
take this, though. While definitely not a GPL violation, it strikes me
as somewhat anti-community. If they're OK with "based on redhat linux"
though, I'd have no problem with it.
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