Canonical lets "satanists" sell Ubuntu-esque gear

Canonical and the Ubuntu Satanic Edition developers have come to an agreement, after some problems, that allows the USE developers to license the trademarked Ubuntu logo for use in their "satanic" merchandise.

Although many who use the USE view their Ubuntu derivative of choice as religiously motivated (just as those who use the Ubuntu Christian and Muslim versions do), Canonical has chosen to define the USE as a "parody"--a fact which (a) means the company cannot legally stop the USE developers from "parodying" the logo and (b) lets Canonical continue to appear a bastion of tolerance and freedom.