[jdev] clients list,..
triadacorp1 at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 23 17:04:46 UTC 2013
thanks for your reply Peter...
the real name of the program is SJ....
as u can see we use this on appstore
in the first versions of the program, we use the name of the Safety Jabber.
We can remove all references to "Safety Jabber" from our software.... and
change it to SJ or SJ Messenger....
Did u approve that?
On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 7:49 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>wrote:
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> On 1/23/13 7:41 AM, Info . wrote:
> > Hello!
> > thanks for your answer....
> > it's really hard to add in client list...
> It's not really hard to have your software added to the client list.
> But in your case we have a challenge because you are selling
> commercial software containing the JABBER name.
> > tell me pls... your software has been added to that list?
> > we was created page - http://safetyjabber.com/trademarks.php maybe
> > this helps...
> What would help is for you to ask someone who understands English for
> assistance, so that I can clearly explain the JABBER trademark
> licensing program to you. Your software, "Safety Jabber", needs to be
> licensed so that you can use the JABBER mark in the name. Please see
> the following pages:
> I admit that I've been too slow about replying to your email messages
> about this matter, and for that I apologize. On the other hand, I've
> found communication with you to be far from easy. If you could ask
> someone who speaks both Russian and English to help us communicate,
> that would be ideal.
> P.S. We wouldn't have this problem if you chose some other name for
> your client, like "Safety Chat" or "SafeJab" or somesuch. Most of the
> XMPP-based software applications including the word "Jabber" are very
> old (from the early days of the jabber open-source community) and they
> were all open-source. We've never had to deal with commercial software
> containing the JABBER mark, and that's part of the problem here.
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