Re: GNOME's logo been incorrectly used
- From: Dennis Prochniak <dennisonic@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2010 18:17:55 +0000
In china, they don't care about copyright nor patents
On 08/12/10 18:16, Dave Neary wrote:
Brian Cameron wrote:
The GNOME Foot could only be licensed by the copyright holder. I'dIf, for example, the GNOME foot (which is in the wiki) were released to
think any licenses assigned without permission by the copyright holder
would not be considered valid. So, how can there be images in the
wild? I'd think the copyright holder should know how it has been
licensed with permission.
one person by the original author under by-sa or fdl, and then
redistributed from there, we'd be SOL.
If, for example, the foot's creator never did such a thing, but someone
else marked the foot file as CC by-sa or fdl, and then that got shipped
around, then the original author could certainly ask for correction.
Is it not The GNOME Foundation who owns the copyright to the logo? INo - as far as I know, the foot is copyright jimmac. jimmac can confirm.
thought the author of the foot logo image provided the artwork as a
part of a contest.
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