Bug#587668: The Debian open logo with "Debian" is not compliant to the Debian policy
* Yves-Alexis Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> [100630 23:00]:
> > /usr/share/apps/kdm/themes/moreblue-orbit/background.png
> > /usr/share/apps/kdm/themes/moreblue-orbit/background.svg
> > /usr/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/moreblue-orbit-default/Preview.png
> > /usr/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/moreblue-orbit-default/splash_top.png
> I have to admit I'm not sure why those backgrounds are different from
> the standard one (in /usr/share/images/desktop-base) which only use the
> swirl (and thus are under the free license) (CC: Valessio for more info)
I can't say I understand these bugs either. These two files have the
swirl and beside it is written Debian. Okay, but the cited non DFSG
free logo license covers a specifig version of the logo with the text
"Debian" written under it.
Now, to my understanding, if I take the non-free OpenUse Logo, cut the
"Debian" under the swirl and paste it beside the swirl, I obviously have
a non-free logo.
But if I take the full free Open Use logo (the one without text) and
write Debian on the side of the swirl, I come up of the very same
graphic. But as my "Swirl sided by Debian" graphic is based upon the
free version, my version is also free??