On 6/21/2015 7:57 PM, Gez wrote:
I didn't think that it'd be a problem, however, companies can never be
too careful. We are primarily a high performance computer hardware
company. We're trying to push PC-BSD, in an effort to show that the BSDs
aren't second or third class systems & can perform as well as any other
system...or better! At this point, the Linux users have their venues for
consumer hardware. The major players have experiemented with it & then
there're companies like System 76 out there. Now, PC-BSD has a systems
ally for consumer. Powerful enough for a system's admin, but comfortable
enough for your parents!
I don't think that requires permission.
Using application screenshots is a fair use (as long as they don't
depict anything objectionable or illegal, I think). Linking back to the
official site gimp.org is a good thing too, you're sending your users
to the place where the actual project lives and where its official docs
can be found.
As C R just said, I'm also curious about the details of your project.
Just out of curiosity :-)
Apollo D. Sharpe, Sr.
Iron Rook Computing, LLC
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