Ahh thanks Matthew for the trademark explanation.

On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 7:16 PM, Matthew Miller <mattdm@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 06:52:18PM -0400, Corey Leong wrote:
> Regarding the trademark concern, a strong mark is actually what the USPTO
> looks for when a trademark is filed, rather than a weak, generic mark.
> Netizen is unique, specific, and non-generic so I would not expect any
> questions from the USPTO when filed. I have experience with filing
> successful trademarks in the past which is why I chose a stronger mark such
> as Netizen for passing a USPTO review.

Hi Corey. Without comment on the rest of it right now (because I
haven't given it more than a cursory glance), the trademark concern in
this case isn't a USPTO registration, but rather permission to use the
(registered) _Fedora_ mark in the phrase "Fedora Netizen". This is part
of the process for _all_ spins. You can read more about this policy

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