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Re: Free Software Logo -> Where does FSF go?

From: mray
Subject: Re: Free Software Logo -> Where does FSF go?
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2020 11:05:45 +0100
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On 30.10.20 10:14, al3xu5 / dotcommon wrote:
> Thu, 29 Oct 2020 09:26:17 -0700 - Aaron Wolf <>:
>> [...] The FSF is not opposed
>> to legal enforcement of trademarks and copyrights (copylefts in this
>> case).
> Sorry but I am very amazed to hear this statement.
> I believed that the ethical spirit that originated GNU and GPL (copyleft),
> and that is the basis of the FSF, was exactly that of opposing trademarks,
> copyrights and patents. 
> […]

I think it was just pointed out that technically copyleft *applies*
copyright, and in case of a GPL violation gets enforced sometimes. Afaik
compliance is almost always the desirable outcome, but in certain cases
I doubt the FSF would shy away, exactly because of its principles.

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