On Thu, Nov 11, 2021 at 12:48:22PM -0500, Ben Cotton wrote:
restricted calling a derivative work "dwarf" because
says they're synonyms. But saying "you can't call it
would be acceptable because it uses the word "GNOME".
Ooh. I was with you right up until this example. To me, "GNOME-ish" means
"reminiscent of GNOME but not GNOME", which seems like the kind of thing
that _should_ be allowed. GNOME-erific or GNOME-improved or even GNOME-fork,
yeah, I see. But I'd hate to see open source licenses getting into "that
big foot-race that happens to be in capital of Massachusetts every year" or
"I guess we'll just all say Superb Owl" territory.
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