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Hi Bernhard, hi all!

There has been the SC call today, and one of the topics was "Trademark
Guideline" along with the logos for external use. That made me think ...

I've had a look at the branding page [1]. To me, personally, the naming
"resources for external use" looks a bit strange. Since most people
might go to this page to find out about the logos for the wider
community, "external use" might miss the point a bit. At the end, they
don't feel like "externals".

So my proposal would be to differentiate between "resources for TDF
use" (or official use), and "resources for the LibreOffice community".
Would that be fine? Do you think that's appropriate with regard to the
trademark guidelines?



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