Well I must say it is good to see something constructive coming over the
mailing list for a change and yes, you guys are on the right track finally
trying to get this issue sorted out. I would like to say well done to all.
Personally, any logo's created should be fine as long as the artwork is
signed over to gentoo for free useage. That is my 2 cents.
Reuben aka (grumpydog)
From: Sven Vermeulen [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 07 November 2005 19:05
Subject: Re: [gentoo-pr] Does our TSHIRT breake the Logo Usage Guideline?
On Mon, Nov 07, 2005 at 10:55:42AM +0100, Matteo 'Peach' Pescarin wrote:
> 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).
Nono, the font doesn't matter.
> 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?
Depends on the artwork I guess.. if it doesn't contain any copyrighted
material (except your own) you're free to do whatever you like. If it
contains Gentoo copyrighted stuff, you'll need to ask the
firstname.lastname@example.org, but there is currently no agreement (nor discussion)
> By the way, I really hope the modifications you suggested will be soon
> applied, I appreciate this.
They probably will :)
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