Am 12.01.2011 19:31, schrieb drew:
There was some discussion on the mailing lists about setting up a page
with an easy way for people to have access to a Libo Logo with a link
back to the site here.
1) Dishing the graphic from our server, seems like a good idea to me,
but what do others think on this?
2) There will need to be some text about what you can and can't do -
could use some help on that.
Thanks for starting this discussion. I would expand the theme a little bit.
On the german list we had a short discussion  about a website
offering LibreOffice  on DVD. There is no real name of the owner of
the website, no adress, no E-Mail, no notice, that it is a beta/rc
version only a link to thedocumentfoundation.org in the footer but not
We came together that there should be some voluntary agreements (va)
from members of LibreOffice.
For discussion on a va:
Such a website should content:
- The official LibO-Logo
- link to the LibO-Website (and TDF) not only in the footer
- imprint/impressum, with the name of the owner of the website
- no commercial with beta/rc or a special recognizable notice that it
isn't for producitve use
See one of Stefans E-Mails  to the discussion of a (not)
professionaly made website of a member of our community.
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