>>trademark). My suggestion, whether you accept it or not, is to
>>formally resolve this before the next guy that is trying to be on
>>the right side of the community and the law shows up.
> I think this is an excellent suggestion. (And by the way, your
> public interest in PostgreSQL is welcomed, at least by me.)
Just FYI, I would be surprised if at this point the trademark was
enforceable on any level. IANAL but the trademark hasn't been enforced
once as far as I know since it was created...
But I would agree that there definately needs to be some level of
statement for the use of the trademark.
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