Re: DFSG-free relicensing of the Debian logo(s) - DONE
* Stefano Zacchiroli <firstname.lastname@example.org> [121001 10:39]:
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 05:36:04PM +0200, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> > If you're working on Debian artworks or the like, feel free to start
> > using the official logo in them. Assuming that it will be DFSG-free RSN
> > is now a safe bet. You should just avoid claiming that it is *already*
> > free until my final announcement here (after September 13th).
> For the -desktop people, I've reviewed the content of the desktop-base
> package, and it seems that none of the new themes uses the "debian"
> label, so there should be no need to change them at all. But if you
> didn't use the "debian" label for licensing reason, you still have a to
> add it (to be verified with the package maintainer and release team for
> unblock reasons, though). The spacefun team does use a "debian" label,
> typeset in the non-official typeface, though. If you want to update it
> to use the official typeface, you do have a chance to do so now (under
> similar constraints than above).
What is the trademark situation of the official logo? I was under the
impression that is still only to be used for Debian proper so isn't the
use of the official logo in themes quite problematic for derivatives
that do not derivate enough to change the themes?
Bernhard R. Link