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On 02/16/2013 01:21 PM, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:

As LibreOffice uses more and more the Python language, TDF may be
interested by this call for help:

Best regards

I wonder if the Python "people" should contact all the Python book writers and publishers. Well, if that company get there way, all of those books and such will be violating the copyright, even though the books have been in print much longer than the company's copyright attempt, by a decade or two. All of their books will be required to do a "stop sales or else" type of thing. So it is more than the companies that use Python language, but the book writers and sellers who need to get in the act and protect their income for writing/selling books about the Python language.

Maybe, since O'Reilly uses a "python" image [trademarked or copyrighted] for their Python language books they publish, that might help the "copyright" cause.

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