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Bug#607839: Question about copyright/license of the GNOME foot Logo

On Tue, 2011-06-28 at 14:20 +0200, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> Le mardi 28 juin 2011 à 10:48 +0100, Bastien Nocera a écrit : 
> > > The "desktop-base" Debian package includes an image which is derived
> > > from the GNOME foot Logo.
> > > I am currently trying to properly document the copyright and license of
> > > the GNOME foot Logo, but I wasn't able to find official information.
> > 
> > Information is at:
> > http://foundation.gnome.org/licensing/guidelines/
> > and
> > http://foundation.gnome.org/licensing/index.html
> > 
> > Did you read the guidelines? What does your "combined" logo look like?
> > If the combined work looks like it's merging the GNOME logo with another
> > logo, it wouldn't be fine to use.
> It is my impression by reading the guidelines that the foot logo without
> the GNOME text (as shipped by gnome-about) isn’t subject to the same
> terms as the one with the text (as shipped by gnome-icon-theme). This
> would be similar to what we have for the Debian swirl.
> So to be more precise, we’d like to know what are the rules (both
> trademark and copyright) for the GNOME foot logo without the GNOME text
> under it.

Again, we'd like to see the logo you're referring to.

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