you're completly right and correct, ...
my first idea was otherwise: WE inform them that they do a violation and
give them the chance to correct it ...
... and if we don't bring this into a solution we inform then the
"official legal" ...
as told mails before: just an idea and imagination of mine ...
On Sun, Jul 08, 2007 at 11:11:44AM -0300, Rodrigo Padula wrote:
> The site www.linuxmall.com.br
commercializes Fedora and Red Hat products
> without Red Hat permissions
They don't need anyone's permission to "commercialize" Fedora, in the
of selling CDs, etc. Our license gives them that right already. But it
does look like they may be improperly modifying the Fedora logo, and they
probably also shouldn't be using Red Hat's Shadowman logo to market Fedora
products, which is what it looks like to me (without speaking Portuguese)
on this page: http://www.linuxmall.com.br/index.php?product_id=4675
But of course, I am not a Brazilian lawyer. Fortunately we have Red Hat's
legal department to sort this stuff out.
Paul Stauffer <paulds(a)bu.edu>
Manager of Research Computing
Computer Science Department
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