On Sat, 8 May 2004, Eugene Wee wrote:

> Alex Rousskov wrote:
> > Where does it say that "OSI certified" mark cannot be used with a BSD
> > license text titled "Foo Open License v1.2"?
> I suppose that might be:
> "Use of these marks for software that is not distributed under an OSI approved
> license is an infringement of OSI's certification marks and is against the law."
> Found at:
> http://opensource.org/docs/certification_mark.php

To interpret the above, one needs to know whether OSI approves the
license text, the license title, or a combination of both (i.e., the
core question you stripped).

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