On Sun, 6 Nov 2005 19:32:04 +0100
Sven Vermeulen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I agree. I'd like to have something like the following integrated in the
> Gentoo Logo Guidelines:
> The Gentoo Foundation, Inc. grant Gentoo community sites, projects and
> groups the right to use a clearly modified version of the Gentoo "g" logo as
> the logo that uniquely identifies themselves from the other communities.
> This way, modifications of the Gentoo "g" logo are allowed for communities
> and such, while the official, unmodified "g" logo remains Gentoo's.
> Sven Vermeulen
There's a great appointment for the Italian community on 26th of this month, the Gentoo Day.
I think we must find a solution, and partially we did, because we're running out of time.
The only doubt that remains is if even the "gentoo" text as written in the header of our site (http://www.gechi.it) breaks the gentoo guidelines, in other words if the "gentoo" text written with _that font_ is part of the gentoo logo (really similar to the one used on the gentoo site, but with a freefont as long as I've inspected).
Last, I wanted to donate some of my artworks, for printing purposes (posters I've already linked here, if you want I can reply) to the Gentoo Foundation, and let them be selled on gentoo store, what to do in this case? And what -if this happens (I hope so)- if we want to sell them too?
By the way, I really hope the modifications you suggested will be soon applied, I appreciate this.
for now, thanks for your time,
Matteo 'Peach' Pescarin
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