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This looks reasonable to me, and I've got no problem with an umbrella of
"TechMatrix Jenkins Platform Package for X" so long as it's a legitimate
Jenkins under there :)
On Wed, 03 Oct 2018, Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote:
> On behalf of TechMatrix, Inc. I???d like to request the permission to use the
> following name that uses ???Jenkins??? in it:
> - TechMatrix Jenkins Platform Package
> I have relationship with the people in TechMatrix who's doing this through
> the community (they are the key people behind Jenkins User Conference in
> Tokyo) and CloudBees (they are our partner in Japan.) Their time zone is
> not conducive to direct participation in the meeting, so I'm doing this on
> behalf of them. They have also requested "Jenkins Day Japan" event name in
> the past that got subsequently approved.
> To help people understand how this name is going to be used, let me
> describe a bit about the effort for which we???d like to use this name.
> TechMatrix Jenkins Platform Package (TJPP) is a package of Jenkins, code
> analysis tools, testing tools and so on, integrated to work well together.
> TechMatrix is offering this commercial solution to companies who can't /
> don't want to assemble those pieces themselves, it's a way of helping
> customers get more out of pieces that TechMatrix individually sells.
> TJPP is meant as an aggregated umbrella brand name for these integrated
> solutions, under which different solutions for different audience/context
> will come in as "TechMatrix Jenkins Platform Package for $SOMETHING". The
> first solution is "TechMatrix Jenkins Platform Package for Java", which
> combines CI with Jenkins and Parasoft JTest (static analysis, unit testing
> tools), further extensible to test, deployment, releases and so on. The
> possible future expansions include "for C/C++", "for C#", and so on.
> Technically, I'm not sure if the approval for TJPP implicitly cover "TJPP
> for $SOMETHING" or not, but it seems pretty clear to me that if we are OK
> with TJPP, we have no reasons to object to any "TJPP for $SOMETHING", so in
> order to skip the unnecessary work for everyone, I'd like us to be able to
> give them a blanket sublicensing approval for "TJPP for $SOMETHING"
> I'll put this in the next week's project meeting agenda, but given that I'm
> only proxying this, if you have concerns and questions, please raise it
> here beforehand so that they can respond in time.
> Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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