Hi Christophe,

On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 12:45 AM, Christophe Combelles <cc...@free.fr> wrote:
> 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

I will look into the concerns (GPL font exception) raised by Tres.
Which license would be useful for a logo ?
Logo comes under trademark ? not copyright ?
I couldn't find a any suitable license. Any CC variant ?

I think something like this would be fine:

>> 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.

He created the logo in Inkscape and he will give us the SVG.

> Baiju, when are we going to be sure we can use this logo? (in blog articles, 
> or
> any publication). I also find it nice.

He is working on the finishing work (in his free time).  I told him to
not go for any
major alteration.  We will wait some more time.

Let's focus on documentation for time being.  We will look into
logo, website and other cool stuffs in parallel, but very slowly.

Baiju M
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