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于 2011年04月25日 22:29, Paul W. Frields 写道:
No need to cc: me on email here, Haowei, since I don't make
decisions on Marketing. :-) But thank you for posting, and to answer
I believe there's a potential trademark issue here, assuming you would
want to use the Fedora name and trademarks to identify the site. I
believe that's the origin of the Sina request. They want to ensure
that the use of the Fedora name is officially sanctioned by the Fedora
Project itself. These trademark matters are handled by our Fedora
Legal team. From what I can see the minimum requirements would be:
(1) Check that this effort has been discussed and agreed by Chinese
Ambassadors. There's no reason to doubt this has happened, but a
reference would be helpful.
(2) A trademark license agreement, as held by other domain owners that
use the trademarks similarly. Jared, is this email sufficient to
start those wheels rolling? Or should this be forwarded to
the legal list or advisory-board?
To answer your requirements. I am not sure how about (2). But beofre I
did this on Sina twitter, I have ever discussed it in our Fedora-zh
channel although there were only few people. After I opened the Sina
twitter, I did send an email to our Fedora Chinese mail list to ensure
every will support it. Now, I could see that people in our maillist and
our FZUG members, they did support my promotion work as this way.
Additionally, I have seen that people on Sina twitter who focused on
Fedora also come to follow us and support us although the fans of our
Sina twitter is somehow just a little at this time.
As Paul has raised questions here, any advice or suggestion for me how
to do next? Thanks a lot.
Yours Sincerely ☺ Haowei 'cnblue' Lee
Chief Administrator of FZUG (Fedora Chinese User Group)
Our Sina Twitter: http://t.sina.com.cn/fzug
Fedora Project Ambassador - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:cnblue
[IRC] Haowei @ freenode
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