Groupon is trying to muscle their way into the GNOME trademark. GNOME has been around for 17 years and was/is the go-to desktop manager for GNU/Linux for quite a bit of consumers and distributions. I use it on all my GNU/Linux systems that require a GUI.
This is an affront to GNOME, and an affront to FOSS everywhere. Groupon thinks just because GNOME is an open source foundation with little to no money for fighting in courts that it can trample all over its trademarks. I hope EFF and FSF help take action.