Open source principles influence Debian’s new trademark policy
The Debian Project, which oversees the development and distribution of free and open source operating system Debian, has released a new trademark policy which enables third parties to use its trademarks freely for commercial purposes. While such a laissez-faire approach could be seen as risky, it also presents an opportunity for some non-profit organisations, such as open source projects, to create additional value from their brands.
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