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Re: Trademarks

I would expect that our legal folks will expect that other trademarks be 
honored, just as we would expect our own trademarks to be honored.

My $0.02: do your best to "do the right thing."  Worst case scenario, 
someone yells at us and says, "hey, that's trademarked!" and we fix it.


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On Sat, 2 Jul 2005, Tom 'spot' Callaway wrote:

> On Sat, 2005-07-02 at 14:22 +0300, Ville Skyttä wrote:
> > Should one acknowledge trademarks somehow in all package summaries and
> > descriptions in Extras?  I think yes, but I don't see this mentioned in
> > the Wiki anywhere, and there are many packages that would need to be
> > updated wrt. this.
> > 
> > For example, I'm committing an update to the kernel-module-thinkpad in a
> > jiffy, with the following summary and description.  Would this be
> > ok/needed in all packages that refer to US/other trademarks, or is it
> > possible to have a "blanket trademark acknowledgement" somewhere?  Or
> > something else?
> I suspect that what you've done is correct, but it should be run past RH
> legal. Greg, what does legal want us to do with regards to other
> people's trademarks?
> ~spot
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