Re: Logo license?
Wouter Verhelst <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: [...]
> However, while searching the website, I found that there appears to be
> no such "documented procedure". Of course it's possible that I missed
> something obvious (in which case I'd appreciate for people to point me
> to the bits I missed), but if that isn't the case, then I think we
> should actually go ahead and create such a "documented procedure".
I don't doubt the Official Use logo shouldn't be used for your slides
at present. I think there's some value in having a documented
procedure for it to be used, but that should try to protect the
project against (for example) a past DPL candidate presenting their
platform as The Official Word Of Debian or similar. But I'm not sure
whether it's worth the effort: most people recognise the Open Use logo.
What I'd really like is for people to do what they said and relicense
the Open Use logo under free terms.
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