Recent events have convinced me that it’s important that we have a mozilla.org-blessed script which removes the “Firefox” trademark from the code. This could then be run by anyone wanting to make an “Iceweasel” browser under part 3) of the Trademark Policy, and they could be certain that they weren’t in any legal trouble. Basically, it would run over a freshly-pulled tree and change the word “Firefox” to a given string in a number of key files (such as brand.dtd) and other places.
Would anyone like to volunteer to write such a script? It would need to be in Perl, because it’s a language I know – the relicensing script was originally done in Python, and I had terrible trouble finding someone to maintain it. (I should say that the guy who I finally found is currently doing an excellent job.)
Let me know if you can help – but please don’t volunteer unless you consider yourself a reliable person ;-)