On Thursday 03 March 2011 21:21:50 Mike Bird wrote: > > It's quite simple really. We have no legal right to use the trademark > > "KDE" for anything. KDE e.V. has graciously cut us some slack during > > this transitional period, but they could easily demand full removal of > > all of their trademarks at any time (e.g. if this project starts actually > > competing with KDE4 for some reason). > > At some stage I would even like to see all the kfoo renamed to > tfoo so that they can become first-class file-system citizens > in mixed KDE/Trinity installations. They can be renamed into still other names such as kcfoo for example. On the other hand, I think renaming all that stuff is a very difficult even if possible task. You would have not only change all the localization and filenames, but also much of hard-coded stuff and a lot of third-party software (of course if you do not want to drop compatibility with all that software).