Re: Bug#265352: grub: Debian splash images for Grub
Josh Triplett <email@example.com> writes:
> Brian Thomas Sniffen wrote:
>> Josh Triplett <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>>*This issue*, meaning leading someone to believe that something
>>>non-Debian is Debian. That doesn't mean they should be limited to using
>>>the logo only to refer to Debian, only that when referring to something
>>>else, they can't say that that something else is Debian, whether or not
>>>they use the logo. Is that not a clear difference?
>> No, it's very unclear. The logo means Debian. Any use of it either
>> refers to Debian, or refers to something that is not Debian, or is
>> meaningless. If they use it to refer to anything else, they're
>> infringing the trademark.
> I understand that much perfectly. What I'm suggesting that it is OK to
> use it to refer to something that isn't Debian, as long as you don't
> falsely claim that thing _is_ Debian, as stated below.
But the use of the logo itself is that claim. I don't see a way to do
one without the other; can you provide one?
Brian Sniffen email@example.com