Hi to all those who have replied and apologies for cross-posting.
That documentation is being actively used to install and setup DSpace world wide.
The DSpace developers have "official" documentation and there is no animosity about anybody else having documentation as far as I know.
In addition, please see: http://www.journals.ac.za
for OJS and OCS. Same here, the PKP developers have no objections to this documentation.
From the story of the trademark hijack, I can understand the grievance all my feel at what seems to be my intrusion. I apologise for any erroneous perceptions created.
An old Roman adage goes, divide and conquer, or as Paul Maritz said, Embrace, Extend, Extinguish.
These attacks are to be expected in our dysfunctional software world at the moment.
Just thinking, would it have been too much trouble to trademark a new name and then carry on as usual?
PS: It normal procedure for me to create docs for things I install and setup. Linux is so stable, that I forget exactly how I did it months later ;-)