On 2011-02-28 10:07 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
On 02/28/2011 08:48 PM, Paulo de Souza Lima wrote:
The question can seem a little wierd, but it's a doubt of mine.
As a FOSS, Libreoffice can be recorded into a media (CD/DVD or
so), and that media can be sold by anyone. So, anyone could print
some labels on those medias in a profesional way, and use it to
make money. My question is: Can someone use LibreOffice brand/logo
in that label or boxes/envelopes?
And what about stuff like pendrives, coffee cups, pens, patches,
What are the rules for using LibreOffice brand/logo?
If it is alright to do, I would like to think a donation would be given
Nice, yes, but certainly not necessary... but that wasn't his question.
I know that for selling CD/DVD, I would only get the cost out of the
media and postage. I do not like to make any real profit from open
He wouldn't be making profit from the software, he'd be making profit on
his efforts - nothing wrong with that.
Those items are good marketing items. I know that you can get cups on a
single unit basis, but I have never seen the others made in small unit
Paulo, I can't answer your question, hopefully one of the board members
will chime in with legal requirements about the logo...
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