I was looking into learning platforms and came across this website: http://www.i2q.co.uk
I guess you could tell if you got a preview of the product and looked at the code.
I had a look at their promotional stuff and they seem to be a bit cagey about the way they refer to what is actually Moodle.
I know they can use the source code and repackage but surely this is a bit too cheeky, especially with a name like Moodledo - are there any copyright infringements that you could throw at them?
The issue, if there is one, is just about their brand name which is obviously confusingly similar to Moodle (as evidenced by the first post). It seems that they've chosen a name designed to be different to "Moodle" (to try and avoid the trademark) but similar enough so that people will still confuse the two. I think it's still too similar. Trademark holders are required (by law) to enforce infringements like this.
"Current services available direct to schools include Learning Platforms such as Moodledo, our hosted and managed version of the popular open source moodle VLE, Microsoft Learning Gateway MLE solutions and i2Report, our web based, MIS integrated report writing and report cycle management solution. I2Q also supply a range of LA wide ICT solutions which many schools benefit from through increased access to content and learning opportunities."