Rod Dixon scripsit:

> I think Larry will have to answer your question authoritatively. In my
> opinion, the distinctions assumed by your question are impertinent. OSI
> has the legal authority to control the use of its certification trade mark
> within the parameters it sets forth. If they say under condition X, vendor
> Y is not authorized to use the mark, vendor Y must follow that
> determination or risk infringing the mark. 

Doubtless, but it's not clear whether the title of a license is an essential part
of the license.  If I take an OSI-certified license and change just the title,
is the resulting license still OSI-certified?

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