A discussion about the breaking of the Internet
Mike Roberts
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Mike, what you call a “polite request” is actually considered by many as veiled threat and was totally unnecessary. All you could have done is changed the package name to Kik-api or something like that and your trademark would still hold. You don’t have to keep censoring the Internet to assert your trademarks:

We open source devs selflessly keep building these side projects, not for any financial aims, but to advance the craft of programming itself. Now consider how a developer should feel when a person like your agent Bob comes up with such legal threats. I think you are not setting a good example in the FOSS community by doing this.

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