(Please CC me on replies, even though I am subscribed to -legal, and also retain the CC to -events-na.) Hi -legal, I am going to make a large (maybe 48"-by-48") ink-on-vinyl Debian swirl banner to bring to the Debian booth at LinuxWorld NY later this month. I was planning to simply put a Debian logo (using the version with the word "debian") centered on a white background. My question for you is whether it is appropriate to use the Official Use logo. I think it is, since this is an official Debian appearance (with manpower provided by Debian developers) and the banner will probably be used at future official Debian appearances at other trade shows in the US. I'm just asking for a -legal opinion to be sure. So, what do you think? Comments on the planned design, or any suggestions to use the Open Use logo for aesthetic reasons, are welcome in direct mail to me or to the -events-na mailing list. - Jimmy Kaplowitz email@example.com  According to a poster on -events-na, this should cost roughly $100 at Kinko's, and it should be reusable at future events, as I say above.
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