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SubjectRe: Never ever use word BitKeeper if Larry does not like you
> It is just how things work. The suggested that Red Hat could be used
> as the basis for a different product, and the Red Hat lawyers would
> have a field day, is moot as well, since companies like Mandrake have
> already done this. "Look at us, we're Red Hat with PGCC-compiled
> packages, a new install interface, and a few driver modules. Buy our
> product instead."

I'd suggest you hit
and you'll see all of 9 instances of the term Red Hat on their web site and
I can't find a single one where they are saying what you say they are saying.

I'm not sure why you think what you do but it's simply incorrect. Brand name
is a well established business asset and businesses are absolutely allowed,
and as someone else mentioned (thanks), obligated to protect.
Larry McVoy lm at
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