[haiku] Re: Preinstalling Haiku on new computers.

  • From: Arnold <arnoldvanh@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 10:08:14 +0200

2009/5/5 Fredrik Modèen <fredrik@xxxxxxxxx>:
>> Aproximate translate of this PDF-file:
>> Certificate about official registration software for computers
>> #xxxxxxxxx
>> by the law Federation of Russia (USA, Germany or other country) "..." 20
>> october 1992 year russian patent  and trademark agency give this
>> certificate about official registration software for computers:
>> Operating Sytem ASPLinux (Haiku)
>> Legal owner: OOO ASPLinux (Haiku Inc.)
>> Author: Name ....
>> Country: Russian Federation (USA, Germany or other country.)
> Are you sure you need this? This is a MIT license project so how ever can
> take the source call it what they want as long as they don't remove the
> license at the top of the source code files.
> What you do need approvement of are to use the Haiku name
> Am I right here?
> --
> Fredrik Modèen
There should be at least a concern in this being that it is not
illegal to use Haiku on other computers in Russia when there is no
license given.
And the use of Haiku is not patented in some strange obscure way.



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