Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@xxxxxx> wrote: > On 2009-10-13 at 07:46:30 [+0800], Axel Dörfler <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > wrote: > > Ryan Leavengood <leavengood@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > 2. We do not want third parties releasing Haiku development code. > > > If > > > someone does this, it must strip away all relevant trademarks, > > > logos, > > > etc that would identify it as Haiku and it must clearly indicate > > > it > > > is > > > based on unreleased code. Any other uses of Haiku code must follow > > > these same rules. > > While I'm currently preferring Jorge's idea to solve this issue > > with > > the trademark policies alone, if we wanted to go the full distance, > > we > > shouldn't brand our nightly builds as Haiku then, either, because > > that > > could be counted as a trademark usage policy violation, too. Not > > that > > we actually release them properly, but it's basically a similar > > thing. > I'm not opposed to having a different desktop wall paper indicating > that > that those are development versions. Anything else is pretty > ridiculous, > though. If that's all we do, that could also be something we ask of those Haiku "remixes", if they are otherwise compatible. Bye, Axel.