Re: [Spi-trademark] Re: Bug#265352: grub: Debian splash images for Grub
On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 11:07:31PM -0700, Bruce Perens wrote:
> SPI isn't Debian's master.* SPI can not change licensing on Debian's
> property without direction from the Debian project. And the requested
> change is not trademark-related, it is entirely about copyright terms.
I figured but was mentioned on the thread SPI would be holder of the
copyrights. Was also advised to e-mail trademark lists. Thanks for your
> Please arrange for your project to officially change the license. The
> project leader can do it by fiat (it is a simple thing, after all) or
> you can do it through your resolution process. Tell us when you are done.
Do you want us to remove you guys off this thread until we settle the
Anyone know who it is we are really supposed to be addressing this
request to then? Debian-legal, any more advice?
> Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> >SPI Trademark Team, SPI Legal Counsel, and Debian SPI Project Leader,
> >I am the mantiner of the new grub-splashimages debian package and was
> >recently submitted a very nice Debian splashimage . The splashimage
> >use of the Debian Open Use Logo  but unfortunately due to default
> >licencing and to the very vague copyright notice, and confirmed by
> >debian-legal on
> >a thread regarding this  the logos are not compatible with the DFSG
> >. This is horrible. Debian should set an example and use the DFSG
> >for its artwork. We would like to ask for a change of the license to the
> >Open Use Debian logo so that it is compatible with the DFSG.
> >Looking forward for a response,
> > The GRUB Packaging Team
> > http://people.debian.org/~rleigh/grub-images/
> > http://debian.org/logos
> > http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=265352
> > http://www.debian.org/social_contract.html#guidelines
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