Canonical News

After the incident he had a member of the EFF about the website, Canonical has published an article on his official blog which indicate that they are “far from silenced the critics” of Ubuntu. In this paper indicate that in Ubuntu, open debates appreciate welcome different points of view and therefore also of the community also have open meetings Ubuntu developers, mailing lists, IRC channels and more. But when it comes to use the trademark and logos Ubuntu, Canonical and Ubuntu owner should protect the authenticity of the brand and avoid their loss. They also indicate that in the particular case of, they had to act legally as the domain name and use the Ubuntu logo implied a direct connection with Ubuntu which does not exist. After the site owner registered eliminated the Ubuntu logo and add a note disclaiming responsibility for any association of the site with Ubuntu, Canonical assumes solved the problem. Finally indicate that they are far from silence critics and that its policy of using Ubuntu trademark and logos, called many times to parody and criticism. You can read the entire article through Canonical’s official blog. Source: libuntu



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