AGNULA Trademark License
Frequently Answered Questions
What does the AGNULA trademark license say?
The AGNULA trademark license is public, so you can read it for yourself.
If you wish to see its effect summarised: It allows anyone to freely use the AGNULA name and logo -- as well as modifications of it -- for any kind of commercial distribution, product or service, as long as it is entirely Free Software.
What is the purpose of the trademark license?
When you see a distribution or product bearing the "AGNULA" name or logo, you can be sure that it is entirely Free Software and will therefore not make you dependent by introducing some non-Free Software through the back-door.
In essence, the AGNULA trademark license aims to establish a brand for Free Software audio and multimedia distributions that will allow users to make a choice for freedom.
I think that someone has violated the license, what do I do?
If you think you have found a AGNULA trademark license violation, please send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know about it. We will investigate and -- if necessary -- act accordingly.
Information you should always provide in your email is who is in violation (name, email, web address), how you think they violate the trademark license and any discussion you may already have had with them.
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If your question was not covered in this FAQ, please contact us at email@example.com.