Re: Java Soft-Real-Time Processor (JSRTProc)
- From: Vagelis <vagelis_giannadakis@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 12:15:32 -0800 (PST)
In those contexts, no. But if you are using either "Java" or "Sun" to
refer to software or computer products, respectively, you are treading
on thin ice.
You might wish to review trademark law before you get yourself in
People are free to disregard the law. Civil judgments continue to be
enforced against those who made that choice.
Seriously now, I don't understand your concern about my use of the
"Java" trademark, people use it all the time to describe / promote /
advertise their products, and I'm talking about high-circulation
products, like IDEs, Application Servers, etc. You mean to say that a
smallest free project misuses the trademark because it says it is made
for Java??!! Do you mean to say that a developer coming out and saying
that he/she is a "Java expert" should also give credit to Sun for
mentioning the word "Java"?!! I find this absurd!
Now, do you mind if we stay in context to the topic I have raised?