[Ambassadors] Legal requirements for the Multi-Desktop Live media
anujmorex at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 01:31:01 UTC 2010
Sorry for my ignorance, but what's up with not calling a GNOME spin, "GNOME
Do you have numbers as to how many DVD players can actually run dual layers?
I had some distros on a dual layer, and tried giving them to my friend, but
that couldn't work out because his DVD player couldn't read dual layers.
Anyway, the plan sounds really good.
" * they want it tested first."
I am all up for testing :D
On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 3:50 AM, Christoph Wickert <
christoph.wickert at googlemail.com> wrote:
> We, the EMEA ambasadors plan to do a multi-desktop spin for Fedora 14.
> This is a dual layer DVD with all desktop spins on it:
> * Desktop spin (a.k.a the spin that must not be called GNOME spin)
> * KDE Spin
> * LXDE Spin
> * Xfce Spin
> * Moblin Spin
> in i686 and x86_64 (therefor we need to do dual layer). Everything is
> tied together with a boot menu.
> The board has said they would approve the spin and grant it the usage of
> the Fedora trademark but
> * we must not refer to GNOME as GNOME but as the 'desktop'
> * they want it tested first.
> We are fine with these two requirements, but on IRC Jesse indicated that
> there might be other problems. Given that
> * the spin only consists of 100% Fedora packages
> * the spin only consists of approved Fedora spins
> * the board grants us the use of the Fedora trademark
> * we have download location for the image on Fedora infrastructure
> * we put a readme on the spin whith the download location of the
> are there any other legal requirements we need to take into account? If
> so, please tell us ASAP.
> We need to figure this out ASAP in order to have media for the Release
> events. Any help and advice you can give us is highly appreciated.
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