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Re: ditching the official use logo?

Stefano Zacchiroli dijo [Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 04:21:07PM +0200]:
> But let's assume for the sake of the argument we want to keep both
> logos. (Maybe nowadays we're not yet convinced it's pointless to keep
> the restricted one, but maybe we'll be in a few years from now if our
> pattern of usage for it won't change *g*.)
> How about the attached patch?
> In hindsight, it doesn't change the logos, but just improve our
> communications about them. It clarifies that our preferred logo is the
> open use one, and call the other for what it is, a "restricted logo" for
> basically internal use only. It also explicitly encourages people to use
> the open use logo, when referring to Debian.
> Would such a patch constitute an acceptable compromise?

The patch you propose clearly reflects the "real" situation, so,
thanks a lot, it makes me happy :-D

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