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> It won't be a trademark; it could be a conformance mark,
> and you could obligate its use through a conformance
> suite (pass the test and you get to use the mark).
I am not going to obligate anyone. ;-)
> Unfortunately, unless you have a named entity to
> register it, it won't have a firm status and
> there is no obligation to respect it.
Fine with me as well.
> Anything you use as a prefix there (openSource, org, etc)
> will have a competitor for its use. That is all that Dare
> is illustrating by example.
As I consider this a community project - if the community
wants to use it, then it will. If they don't like it,
then the naming conflicts won't matter.