Hi Charles, all
while I'm fine with the TM policy, I think there should be one more
case mentioned in the logo policy:
Charles M. Schultz wrote
that's hopefully the last time we do this.
When you keep your eye on the Trademark policy, voting should be
Our logo guideline got a new paragraph at its beginning explaining
clearly the use of the TDF mention.
The Logo Policy doesn't cover the use case that TDF wants to present
the logo with subline on an external resource - as officially
supported reference to LibreOffice and The Document Foundation.
Do you want to include such use:
in the policy?
Or is it already covered and I didn't see it?
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