Re: RHEL6 ARM Port

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On 03/05/2012 07:27 PM, R P Herrold wrote:
On Mon, 5 Mar 2012, DJ Delorie wrote:

"Once I get the RedSleeve (RHEL6 ARM port) released

Also, you're much better off porting CentOS instead - they've already
done the work of removing trademarked graphics and such, giving you a
legally clean slate to work off. Why duplicate the effort?

ehh? Why would you even say something like that?

CentOS art is all copyrighted, and sending a person off to create just
another knock-off of indeterminate quality of CentOS is rather unfriendly

The OP already expressed his intent to alter art, and elide trademarked
content. If PNAELV legal has a problem with his efforts, I'm sure they
can handle it

Sorry, but I have to ask - PNAELV?

And the redhat-logos package had already been modified to remove all the logos involving headwear of a colour corresponding to the wavelength around 700nm. (OK, I think I managed to say it without referring to either the R-word or the H-word.)

Gordan
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