The only worthwhile logo-related comments so far....
atkielski.anthony at wanadoo.fr
Sun Feb 13 14:06:56 PST 2005
Chris Zumbrunn writes:
> ...with the capitalized but smaller letters be protected by that
Word trademarks in the U.S. are independent of capitalization.
It is worth noting that the FREEBSD trademark applies only to
collections of computer programs on CD-ROMs. No mention is made of
operating systems or of the computer programs themselves separate from
the CD-ROMs. This may be a critical oversight. The trademark for Linux
clearly states that it designates a computer operating system.
Put more simply, what this means is that the name FREEBSD to designate a
computer operating system has not been registered as a trademark (in the
Perhaps nobody has ever bothered to look it up.
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