Re: I am looking for a url with the debian policy for trademarked logos of software
Laura Creighton <email@example.com> writes:
(Please don't hide important information in the Subject field. I'll
repeat it here:
> I am looking for a url with the debian policy for trademarked logos
> of software
I'm not aware of a single clearing point for this information.
The policy of the Debian project for the Debian trademark is still up
for discussion within the project, though the discussion has lulled
> I am thinking about Gnome, and Mozilla, and the Python symbol in
> particular. What should I be reading?
The main place I've seen these discussed is in this mailing list.
Potentially useful threads:
Linux Weekly News gave a good summary of then-current issues with the
Mozilla trademark policy <URL:http://lwn.net/Articles/118268/>.
Later, Mozilla Corporation abruptly changed its tune when Mike Connor
effectively annulled any discussions with Debian up to that point
<URL:http://bugs.debian.org/354622>, which resulted in Debian 'etch'
releasing with Firefox as "Iceweasel".
Gervase Markham asks about Python Software Foundation trademark policy
I don't have any links to hand for discussions about Gnome's
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