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Re: Bug#212895: Official Logo is not DFSG Free (with patch)

On Sat, Oct 04, 2003 at 04:41:32PM +0100, MJ Ray wrote:
> On 2003-10-04 05:55:41 +0100 Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar@debian.org> 
> wrote:
> >The reason I'm being so insistent on this topic, is once again the
> >absurdity of not being able to identify an official Debian product 
> >with an
> >official Debian logo.
> I may have misread this thread, but it sounds as if you are trying to 
> ignore that such an absurdity exists, rather than fix it.  Please 
> consider raising this problem on debian-project, where the trademark 
> policy is being talked about and changing the logo licences would be 
> on-topic.

I agree. There seems to be a disconnect between the trademark
conversation on -legal, the trademark conversation on -project, and
the trademark conversation on spi-trademark. For my part, I will be
forwarding these threads to the SPI trademark committee which has been
talking with lawyers about some of these issues for a few months now
(If this committee is news to you, don't worry, the discussion on
-project two weeks ago made this very obvious and the DPL and I have
been drafting a more public announcement about the committee which
should be out in the next day or so).

I agree with MJ that -project is the best place for this conversation
in regards to Debian and the Debian logos.

This is the thread on project that's perhaps the best place to start:

I posted a few follow-ups about the committee on project already for
those that don't want to wait for the announcement:


Benjamin Mako Hill

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