On Thu, Nov 06, 2003 at 08:22:14PM -0600, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Nov 2003, Stefan Smietanowski wrote:
> > My priority is the DVD version but I am interested in doing an "extra
> > CD" version as well. If we can work together and share some work it
> > makes it easier. For instance if you can look through at what artwork
> > you want to replace, etc I can look more closely at the rest.
> > If I whip anything up this weekend it's bound to be something that
> > looks exactly like the original installer most likely. Next will be
> > modifying it to actually comply with RedHat's rules (name, etc..).
> I don't think we need to do any mucking with the artwork, or any
> other non-functional changes. It's my understanding (as an individual
> user, not speaking for SGI here) that Fedora can be much more freely
> distributed than Red Hat Linux could be - i.e. no more "Pink Tie
> Linux" and probably no need to purge references to "Red Hat" or
> copyrighted images.
Not really, Fedora is RH's trademark that is allowed to be used for
verbatim copies of the ISOs. Any modifications, additions etc are not
allowed to be called that way w/o explicit authorization from RH.
You only need to touch anaconda-images and fedora-logos. There are
only a few files to be replaced. Some poeple already have GPL'd
version of these rpms (replacing the trademarks with neutral
text), which one could use. Note that the rpms should provide
> You guys should also be talking with jkatz@ red hat, he's their
> installer guy and seems very interested in making xfs work. Maybe
> not the cd4 version, but at least grub fixes etc.
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