Re: Canonical’s IPRights Policy incompatible with Ubuntu licence policy
valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com
Fri May 1 22:47:16 UTC 2015
How can it *not* be a CC issue? Jonathan stated the issue very
clearly. All the CC need do is agree that Ubuntu is Free Software,
that we continue to respect the four freedoms as we always have.
What Canonical does is their business of course, and naturally I hope
that their discussions with the SFLC go well, and that all is
clarified on their end. Until that happens and their one problematic
page is changed, the CC can at least be on record standing for
"Waiting on Canonical" is problematic. Canonical's issues are their
own. The CC is for US, the Ubuntu Community.
On Fri, May 1, 2015 at 3:19 PM, Michael Hall <mhall119 at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> It is not a CC issue, we are not privy to the discussions between
> Canonical and the SFLC.
> Michael Hall
> mhall119 at ubuntu.com
> On 05/01/2015 06:17 PM, Jono Bacon wrote:
>> I don't see this as a CC issue: they are going to be unable to push
>> this forward very quickly. I would raise this directly with the
>> trademarks team at Canonical.
>> On 1 May 2015 at 15:14, Rohan Garg <rohangarg at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>> I've spoken to the CC previously about this, and I was told that
>>> Canonical is working with the SFLC to figure something out.
>>> Last update I have is from 28th October, 2014 where I was informed
>>> that it's still being worked on and there is no estimate on how long
>>> it'll take :(
>>> Rohan Garg
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