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Le lundi 20 février 2012 à 14:57 -0500, Marc Paré a écrit :
Le 2012-02-20 12:59, Florian Effenberger a écrit :

Charles-H.Schulz wrote on 2012-02-19 14:15:

What do the others think? Might this approach be better than adding a
graphical element to our paper clip icon? From a legal point of view, it
definitely is better, I don't feel too comfortable with allowing major
modifications to our logo...

I indeed like it very much.

Adriano, would that work for you?


You should perhaps specify if the TDF subline should be used or not. 
Perhaps the following could work?:


For the use of the TDF subline, there should be a process where a group 
applies for its official recognized use and gets permission from TDF.

For the use without a subline, then any NL group could make use of it, 
recognizing the fact that its use does not in any way infer support from 
the TDF officially.


This would essentially be the same rules as the use of the LibreOffice 
logo with or without subline.

If this were the case, then we could post the logo + NL panel logo to 
the wiki for groups to make use of it, if they wish. [1]

Actually that's where this (useful) discussion overlaps with another
(useful) discussion about NGOs working with TDF. We had it in Paris at
the conference so we know the general lines and criteria, but I would
only and strictly reserve the subline for specific cases and with a
written agreement between TDF and the said NGO.





Charles-H. Schulz
Co-Founder & Director,
The Document Foundation.

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