Marketing/distributing Kerberos in Japan
hartmans at MIT.EDU
Wed Apr 7 08:42:12 EDT 2004
>>>>> "Yusuke" == Yusuke Toyoda <toyo at busium.biz> writes:
Yusuke> Hello, I hope I'm writing to the right address. If I am
Yusuke> not, please let me know, or forward this message to the
Yusuke> appropriate person. Thank you.
krbcore at mit.edu might have been better, but this is fine.
Yusuke> I am writing today because my firm, Busium Inc is
Yusuke> interested in conducting marketing/PR, and to commercially
Yusuke> distribute Kerberos in Japan. We believe there would be
Yusuke> great demand for your technology in Japan, and with our
Yusuke> experience in the Japanese market, web-based
Yusuke> marketing/commerce and internet technology, we would be a
Yusuke> perfect fit, and our services can be of great asset to
Yusuke> both the Kerberos team and MIT.
MIT Kerberos is free software. As such, MIT is not interested in
marketing it. People who want to use it can; people who want to base
products off of MIT Kerberos can do so.
That said, your firm is certainly welcome to base a product on MIT
Kerberos. You will need to follow the conditions of our license;
these conditions are liberal. Depending on what you do, you may need
to clearly label your product as distinct from MIT Kerberos.
If you base a product on MIT Kerberos, you are of course free to
market your product in Japan.
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