Subject: RE: NCSA Open Source License
From: "Lawrence E. Rosen" <lrosen@rosenlaw.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 16:13:28 -0800

> From: gray@acunia.com [mailto:gray@acunia.com] On Behalf Of Chris Gray
> Subject: Re: NCSA Open Source License
> 
> I don't think they need to create a separate ``trademark 
> license''.  They just need to make sure that anyone who might 
> consider releasing a product based on Apache is not entitled 
> to use the Apache name: this is what we did on 
> <URL:http://wonka.acunia.com/licence.html>,
> and both our legal dept. and FSF[1] are happy with that.

Certainly nobody *needs* to create a trademark license.  And they
*should* tell licensees that the license does not include the trademark.
What I was saying is that they can't simply license their trademark, in
a general license available to all, for use on derivative works.

/Larry Rosen

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