Hi Greg,

I'm concerned a bit about Tesserax being too close to Tesseract, which is a well-known open-source OCR (and also a registered trademark owned by someone else). Sounds very similar to Firebird (RDBMS) vs Firebird (now Firefox) issue of the early 2000s.


My two cents,
Valentine

On 13.02.2018 05:52, Gregory Elkinbard wrote:
As many of you already know, we are required to change the name of the project as part of moving to the LF-N.

We've started the ball rolling by coming up with a slate of names that we've preliminarily vetted with trademark counsel. That process has yielded three names that we are reasonably confident can pass the more stringent trademark test that is presently underway. Now, we need your help.

We've set up a Google Form poll to gather community input on which of these three names might be most preferred by a plurality of members. Please follow the link belowhttps://goo.gl/forms/dj7xIlsXowVez4wI2and complete the poll per the instructions there. Voting is open through 08:00 UTC on Thursday, February 15. We'll announce the winner next week, pending the aforementioned trademark counsel review.

Thanks for participating!



               Greg



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