drew wrote on 2011-01-12 19.31:
One of the folks, Jeff Chimene, on the US Markting list setup an example
under his user account page at the wiki:
good idea, indeed!
The idea is to dish up the graphic from the wiki server and of course
link back to the LibO site - the users simply copy/paste the HTML.
The wiki is always a bad idea to get images from. Links are neither
pretty, nor will they remain stable, and the wiki has some overhead.
Something at www.libreoffice.org itself would be much better, I guess,
for serving the files.
1) Dishing the graphic from our server, seems like a good idea to me,
but what do others think on this?
Hm... that means we have to keep one link constant and some people might
also object to the trackability (http referer) this opens up. What do
2) There will need to be some text about what you can and can't do -
could use some help on that.
We will publish a trademark policy draft soon to steering-discuss, maybe
it's worth waiting for it and see if it already clarifies things.
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