[Clipart] organize repository and access rights
hubertlingo at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 16 01:46:08 PDT 2004
Why not asking RedHat for that point. Perhaps guys at RedHat had already
faced this problem.
>From: "Jonadab the Unsightly One" <jonadab at bright.net>
>To: clipart at freedesktop.org
>Subject: Re: [Clipart] organize repository and access rights
>Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 19:18:52 -0400
>Nicu Buculei <nicu at apsro.com> writes:
> > - my hat, colored in red:
> > http://openclipart.org/clipart//unsorted/red_fedora.png
> > - Red Hat logo: http://www.redhat.com/img/homepg_rh_logo.gif
> > - the hat used in Fedora/Red Hat distros:
> > http://nicubunu.ro/fedora/shadowman.png
>Hmmm... Well, it is the same type of hat (a fedora), and it does have
>a black band (same as shadowman.png, though the other RedHat version
>with the dude doesn't have that), and it is positioned at about the
>same angle. However, your hat has the brim turned down and the top
>dented in mostly a straight line, after the fashion of a new hat; both
>RedHat hats have the brim turned up a bit and the top dented in more
>of a circle, as if the hat is weathered a bit.
>*shrug*. I'm not a trademark lawyer. If we put it in a "hats"
>category with a blue one and a brown one and a sombrero and a baseball
>cap and so on, the worst result that seems at all likely would be
>RedHat asking us to remove it. On the flip side, red is not a color
>you normally expect a Fedora to be, and it could easily be argued that
>people could confuse it with the RedHat logo.
> Or any other kind either. In fact, I don't even *like* lawyers.
> My .emacs loads kill-a-lawyer mode on startup, in fact.
>split//,"ten.thgirb\@badanoj$/ --";$\=$ ;-> ();print$/
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