Logos etc

Paul Gaborit paul.gaborit at mines-albi.fr
Thu Nov 30 07:26:56 CET 2023


Le 28/11/2023 à 19:52, Jonathan Fine a écrit :
> If Amnesty wishes to use copyright to prevent other organisations, 
> including their human-rights opponents, from using the logo that is part 
> of their reports, then the logo should not be issued under an open 
> source license.

Extract from <https://www.libreoffice.org/> (very small text at the 
bottom of the page):

   The source code of LibreOffice [...] is licensed under the Mozilla
   Public License v2.0. “LibreOffice” and “The Document Foundation” are
   registered trademarks of their corresponding registered owners or are
   in actual use as trademarks in one or more countries. Their respective
   logos and icons are also subject to international copyright laws.

Debian (known for their level of requirements in terms of free license) 
nevertheless offers a LibreOffice package containing this logo...


Docteur Paul Gaborit <http://perso.mines-albi.fr/~gaborit/>
Référent intégrité scientifique IMT Mines Albi
Enseignant chercheur au CGI <http://gind.mines-albi.fr/>
Université de Toulouse - IMT Mines Albi <http://www.mines-albi.fr/>

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