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That's called a 'test mark'. It is like a trademark
but the registration for it is a specific process and
the formal use of it is for conformance/certification
denotation. So not just hard, but formally, required.
From: Michael Kay [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
In general vendors will only produce conformant products if enough users
insist on it.
Some standards bodies have tried to use trademark law to prevent the use of
the name of a specification in association with a non-conformant product.
But without a certification programme, it's hard to see how one could do