MULDIS and MULDIS MULTIVERSE OF DISCOURSE are trademarks of Muldis Data Systems, Inc. (http://www.muldis.com/). The trademarks apply to computer database software and related services.
The word MULDIS was invented as a new word, through contraction of the quasi-meaningful phrase MULTIVERSE OF DISCOURSE, by Darren Duncan for the express purpose of using that word as a distinguishing brand name for the products and services (and entity name) of Muldis Data Systems. Said products and services are created for the world's betterment by way of the improved means to organize and share trustworthy data that their use enables. Muldis Data Systems is obligated to protect the reputation and identity of its name and works, which should be evoked by the MULDIS brand.
The trademark on MULDIS gives Muldis Data Systems the exclusive right to use the term to promote websites, businesses, products and services (such as the Muldis D language and Muldis Rosetta software); however, we (Muldis Data Systems) are happy to give you permission to use the term under many circumstances without the need of any specific permission from us (in addition to what vanilla trademark law allows).
The following is a general policy that tells you when you can refer to the word MULDIS without need of any specific permission from us:
Muldis_Das per naming conventions described in the VERSIONING documentation of the official Muldis D language spec.
Muldis::is reserved for the official works of Muldis Data Systems (or works of third parties having explicit permission to use it). If you have made a variant or extension of any Muldis Data Systems work in Perl (such as Muldis Rosetta), you may use the
MuldisX::namespace for it as per CPAN conventions, or alternately just use your own distinct brand. The same considerations apply to any secondary or tertiary (etc) namespaces where their ancestor namespaces serve as generic categorizing terms, such as
Net::. For works you make in other programming languages than Perl, you should apply that language's or community's conventional naming practices for distinguishing official works from non-official ones.
If you would like to use the word MULDIS for any other use, please contact Muldis Data Systems and we'll discuss a way to make that happen. Assuming that you agree that our rights to the MULDIS trademark are valid and superior to yours, and that you take appropriate steps to ensure that people don't confuse you with us, then we should be able to make things work out. If you've already started using the word MULDIS in a way that would require permission, don't panic, but please contact us.
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MULDIS and MULDIS MULTIVERSE OF DISCOURSE are trademarks of Muldis Data Systems, Inc.
Muldis Data Systems is not affiliated with Muldis Consultants & Engineers (http://www.muldis.nl/), which has its own distinct MULDIS trademark.