Mark Rosenstand wrote:
On Fri, 2006-10-13 at 17:11 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Mark Rosenstand wrote:
>>> I can agree with that. However, it is my understanding that what truly
>>> makes up the software, the code, is still "free".
>> It's not; you cannot modify it.
> Of course you can. Nobody would be able to fork it if it wasnt Free
> software. The mozilla codebase is trilicensed under GPL/LGPL/MPL where
> all there of them are Free software licenses. The current issues are
> related to trademarks and not copyright licenses.
Not if you want to use the Firefox name. (Yeah, I agree it's stupid, but
I also understand aillon's explanation - still, it's not free.)
I suppose you consider all trademarked software including Fedora itself
as not free then.