Xen Updates Trademark Policy Update


As you most probably know, Citrix has updated its Xen Trademark Policy last week “for the benefit of all those in the Xen community who distribute and contribute to the open source project”, in order to restrict unauthorized usage of the term ‘Xen’ in company and/or product names going forward. We think the policy makes all the sense in the world, but not everyone agrees with us on that.

Anyway, the company yesterday released a Word document carrying the final wording of the policy. You can download it here. Note that the FIT (Faithful Implementation Test) discussed in the document is still being worked on by the Xen Advisory Board.

Update: the PDF version has also been put up.

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