Including enigmail with Thunderbird

RESOLVED FIXED

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enhancement
RESOLVED FIXED
14 years ago
14 years ago

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(Reporter: bugzilla-mozilla, Assigned: cbeard)

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Description

14 years ago
We provide pre-compiled Open Source binaries for Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, IRIX,
Tru64 UNIX, and Redhat Linux. Our distribution is called the "Open Source
Collection". We would like to include Mozilla Thunderbird in our distribution.
Is it possible to do this with the enigmail extension as part of our binary package?
You would need to do this under the "Community Edition" rules of the Trademark
Policy:
http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/trademarks/policy.html
which allow you to include any extensions available from
http://update.mozilla.org. Enigmail is one such extension:
https://addons.update.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?application=thunderbird&id=71

Gerv
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Comment 2

14 years ago
Ok, thanks. We'll do this. Even if we didn't include enigmail, our other changes
fall under the "Community Editions" requirements. We'll make sure not to use the
default Firefox/Thunderbird logos.

Regarding the name of our Firefox or Thunderbird product, the "Community
Editions" requirements state we must call it "Firefox Community Edition[blah]"
and "Thunderbird Community Edition[blah]", respectively. When our customers
install our binary packages, they use the generic name of the product. So, to
install GNOME, they run:
  $ pkg-inst gnome
and to install KDE, they run:
  $ pkg-inst kde

Because of the Firefox/Thunderbird name requirement, they must use:
  $ pkg-inst firefox-community-edition[blah]

This seems rather cumbersome. Can we use the terms "TWW Firefox" to identify
Firefox, "TWW Thunderbird" to identify Thunderbird, and "TWW Mozilla" to
identify the Mozilla Suite? Our customers would then install as follows:
  $ pkg-inst tww-firefox
  $ pkg-inst tww-thunderbird
  $ pkg-inst tww-mozilla

Last is the name of the binary package to the package management system. In the
case of our RPM packages for Redhat Linux, are the following names acceptable:
TWWfirefox[version], TWWthunderbird[version], TWWmozilla[version]? On AIX, a "."
must be placed after "TWW".
Those package names are fine.

Gerv
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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