John Pierce wrote:
I had my first encounter with RHEL when a friend download all of the
srpms, compiled and created an install iso from them and he was not
required to remove the redhat artwork or logos.
You can download it yourself and do the same so where is the gripe
that centos is doing it.
RH has to stop them to preserve their trademark. If you have a
trademark, and you do not protest when someone else uses it, you
can lose your trademark protection. Among other things, what was
your trademark can become a generic term for a product.
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!