SPI isn't Debian's master. SPI can not change licensing on Debian's property without direction from the Debian project. And the requested change is not trademark-related, it is entirely about copyright terms.
Please arrange for your project to officially change the license. The project leader can do it by fiat (it is a simple thing, after all) or you can do it through your resolution process. Tell us when you are done.
Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
SPI Trademark Team, SPI Legal Counsel, and Debian SPI Project Leader, I am the mantiner of the new grub-splashimages debian package and was recently submitted a very nice Debian splashimage . The splashimage makes use of the Debian Open Use Logo  but unfortunately due to default licencing and to the very vague copyright notice, and confirmed by debian-legal on a thread regarding this  the logos are not compatible with the DFSG . This is horrible. Debian should set an example and use the DFSG for its artwork. We would like to ask for a change of the license to the Open Use Debian logo so that it is compatible with the DFSG. Looking forward for a response, The GRUB Packaging Team  http://people.debian.org/~rleigh/grub-images/  http://debian.org/logos  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=265352  http://www.debian.org/social_contract.html#guidelines
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