On Tue, Dec 11, 2001 at 04:45:18PM +0000, Liam Bedford wrote:
> (weenies on newsforge are having an argument about how it's GPL violation,
> but I don't see why someone else should be allowed use the name, just
> because it's the same software. In fact, Apache's license forbids you from
> using their name IIRC.)
I thought that with apache, it's that you were not allowed to distribute a
*derived* work of apache, and call THAT apache? Hence the names of
Stronghold et al. There was a thread a few days ago on debian-devel
wondering whether their packaged version of apache was modified so much
that their use of the 'apache' name violated the licence.
I got bored halfway through the thread, but they seemed to be moving
towards the view that the itty bitty patches they added weren't going to
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