Jens Vagelpohl a écrit :
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> On 1/24/10 13:08 , Baiju M wrote:
>> I would like to know the legal formalities required
>> to accept a logo (with special font).
>> Also I would like to know the same for web design.
>> Is there any guideline for Zope Foundation ?
>> BlueBream team want to use a logo designed by an external person:
>> The font used there (Perizia: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Perizia_fonts) is
>> designed by the same designer and released under GPL.
>> One of my friend has offered a web design for the site (not done yet).
> All that's perfectly fine. As Andreas said, there are no guildelines, as
> long as you are not using material that's already trademarked and
maybe just be sure the original author won't claim anything in the future?
ie. the logo should be released with a free licence. Just to avoid the kind of
troubles we had with new.zope.org
> Using a GPL font for the logo surely won't force us to abandon the ZPL,
> no reason for concern there. The logo is nice, by the way.
> One thing to note: While you or the designer work on the logo, make sure
> you have a few vector graphics like EPS files as well, those will look
> the nicest if someone wants to use the logo in a printed publication.
I'd personally prefer to see an SVG file. I can create a clean one from the
bitmap logo if needed. It should then be stored in the bluebream template svn.
Baiju, when are we going to be sure we can use this logo? (in blog articles, or
any publication). I also find it nice.
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