Le samedi 29 oct. 2011 à 11:02:45 (-0400), David Nalley a écrit :
On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 5:16 AM, Kévin Raymond
> Hi guys,
> I could not find any docs about media production without ambassadors
> involved (nor FamSco approval).
> Fedora is free software, mostly under GPL, if an NPO ask me if they
> could sell a DVD containing only Free Softwares, as well as the Fedora
> Live CD included, is there any problem? I don't think so if the Fedora
> Project iso is not altered.
> Is there a difference between hundreds and thousands units?
> What about selling respins?
> Which wiki page details this?
Without seeking permission anyone may do the following:
Provided that it's only Fedora on the media - and it's the ISOs that
are distributed from fp.o, no permission is needed,
If it is a combination of Fedora software and non-Fedora software -
then you may use the Secondary mark:
speaking only for myself.
Thank you guys, I would prefere to suggest avoiding respin.
Providing the original Fedora ISO is great. But does "software" includes
If for example a DVD is burned including a Live ISO as well as some free
sofware aside (not preinstalled in the ISO, but could be other
distributions, free software sources…), will it needs the secondary
mark? If the secondary mark is not needed, what would be allowed in the
sleeves? "Fedora® included" as well as the trademark attribution