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Re: ditching the official use logo?

Paul Tagliamonte writes ("Re: ditching the official use logo?"):
> I know this is a borderline slimy argument, and I really (REALLY) don't
> like being on the side of non-free, but I think continuing to assert
> copyright / non-free conditions on the official use logo won't really
> cause much more harm.

Yes.  I quite agree.

I think it is entirely right and proper for the Debian Project to have
some logos, names, etc., which represent _approval by the project_.

Obviously such logos cannot possibly serve their purpose and be
Free.  Software Freedom includes the freedom to do things without our

But I don't think there is any contradiction here with our principles,
provided that we make sure that the software we ship does not use
non-free logos.


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