I just started preparing my slides for my BoF that I'll have to do at
next week's Debconf, and wanted to download the Debian logo to include
in there. While doing so, I stumbled upon something which surprised me.
I would prefer using the official logo in my slides, but obviously want
to be sure that I'm actually /allowed/ to do so. So I read the text that
goes with the official license, which says this:
This logo may only be used if:
* the product it is used for is made using a documented procedure as
published on www.debian.org (for example official CD-creation)
However, while searching the website, I found that there appears to be
no such "documented procedure". Of course it's possible that I missed
something obvious (in which case I'd appreciate for people to point me
to the bits I missed), but if that isn't the case, then I think we
should actually go ahead and create such a "documented procedure".
Meanwhile, I'll (reluctantly) go with the open use logo.
<Lo-lan-do> Home is where you have to wash the dishes.
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