Bug#807763: Looking for help to solve licence and third-party issues of the tomahawk-player package
Stefan Ahlers <email@example.com> writes:
>> please ping me when the jreen is accepted, I'll go in a new review spin.
> Ok, I'll do it.
>> please point to the sources, and look if the copyright shows them.
> Tomahawk and clementine uses the company logos for the provided
> services/resolvers. On both software, the logos are necessary to show
> the music streaming source. This is a requirement to use this services.
> I discussed the problematic with the developers of tomahawk but they
> think it is not a good idea to replace them because the company only
> allows the use of their services if there is the company branding. It
> would be more critical to replace them with self-made-ones than to ship
> the logos.
> For example in the clementine sources:
> * clementine-1.2.3+git1354-gdaddbde+dfsg/data/icons/svg/spotify.svg
> * clementine-1.2.3+git1354-gdaddbde+dfsg/data/providers/soundcloud.png
> * clementine-1.2.3+git1354-gdaddbde+dfsg/data/providers/itunes.png
> * clementine-1.2.3+git1354-gdaddbde+dfsg/data/providers/echonest.png
> There are many more company branding in /data/providers but there is no
> comment in the copyright file.
> I think this is a very important issue.
I am not sure this helps, but just to be complete: In JMapViewer
(which included a bing logo for accessing Bing map tiles), the
problem was solved by downloading the image at run time
(which was easy for JMapViewer):