Re: [steering-discuss] addition to trademark policy
Von: Charles-H. Schulz
I'd +1 Thorsten's short summary, but does it work with Debian rules?
yes - it daoes, bacuse ...
Le 10 août 2011 14:34, "Thorsten Behrens" <email@example.com> a
The tm rule then boils down to: stuff from the official tdf/libo
website - TDF mark permitted. Stuff from elsewhere: TDF mark not
permitted, unless permission explicitely granted.
Debian can just use the LibreOffice logo (without TDF tagline), as they
build from source without major modifications.
Again - the only problem i see is that the "TDF-tagged" Logo is the default.
And - we already have two logos, so there is no additional effort in
"creating and maintaining a second logo".
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