Your message dated Mon, 9 Apr 2018 01:20:51 -0400 with message-id <20180409052051.l2fglguq6hr3k...@curie.anarc.at> and subject line Re: Bug#892494: diceware: "diceware" name violates trademark has caused the Debian Bug report #892494, regarding diceware: "diceware" name violates trademark to be marked as done.
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--- Begin Message ---Source: diceware Severity: serious Tags: upstream Justification: Policy 2.1 As stated in the footer of http://world.std.com/%7Ereinhold/diceware.html the original creator of diceware claims a trademark on the name. I've filed a bug with upstream here: https://github.com/ulif/diceware/issues/48 Upstream does not have permission from Arnold Reinhold to use the trademark, but is aware of the issue and has reached out to Reinhold with no response. This package should probably be removed or renamed if upstream does not get a response soon.
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--- Begin Message ---Control: forwarded 892494 https://github.com/ulif/diceware/issues/48 On Fri, Mar 09, 2018 at 12:27:19PM -0500, Simon Fondrie-Teitler wrote: > As stated in the footer of http://world.std.com/%7Ereinhold/diceware.html the > original creator of diceware claims a trademark on the name. I've filed a bug > with upstream here: https://github.com/ulif/diceware/issues/48 > > Upstream does not have permission from Arnold Reinhold to use the trademark, > but is aware of the issue and has reached out to Reinhold with no response. > This package should probably be removed or renamed if upstream does not get a > response soon. On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 02:17:48PM +0100, Uli Fouquet wrote: > this issue can be closed. I got a message from Mr. Reinhold granting me > use of "diceware" explicitly, given that I keep the Python system as > default source of randomness. After reviewing the above issue, I agree this should be resolved, and have (hopefully) done so in this message. This should let the package trickle back down into testing from here on. A.
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