Re: granting permission for using debian name in education purpose
On 13/09/17 17:07, debian wrote:
I, pawan pandey (Asst. Professor in CSE),user of linux and open source
software and of course debian user for last 10 years want to know that
would i use debian name in my education project for school students
as per my hobby ....is there need of any no objection certificate
regarding this from your side. I would also like to express my linux
ability through debian to students .................
Please read the Debian trademark policy:
"When You Can NEVER Use the Debian Trademarks Without Asking Permission
[...] 2. You cannot use Debian trademarks in a company or organization
name or as the name of a product or service."
See the "Permission To Use" section for instructions on how to submit an
email request for how to use the Debian trademark:
"[...] email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject "Trademark Use
Request"; be sure to include the following information in the body of
Name of the User
Name of the organization/project
Purpose of Use (commercial/non-commercial)
Nature of Use"
Note that I am not a representative of Debian, just a Debian user. To
obtain permission, you must follow the steps in the trademark policy.
Ben Caradoc-Davies <email@example.com>
Transient Software Limited <http://transient.nz/>