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Re: Guix logo re-use
Re: Guix logo re-use
Mon, 11 Jul 2022 14:19:11 +0000
On Monday, July 11th, 2022 at 06:27, Benson Muite <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hi Luis-Felipe,
> > > Would like to use the Guix logo modified to have a single color
> > > without gradients to make an embroidered Polo-shirt. Is this ok?
> > Of course :)
> > I don't know if you already adjusted the logo to your needs, but if you
> > haven't, maybe check the SVG icon in
> > https://gitlab.com/luis-felipe/guix-backgrounds. I did that one thinking
> > partly in embroidery but haven't actually tried it (don't know if the gaps
> > are wide enough).
> Had done an initial conversion. Attached are preview images, including
> one using the icon.
> > > It
> > > is under a CC-BY-4.0 license. What is appropriate attribution on an
> > > embroidered polo shirt? For example is the Guix name enough, should
> > > CC-BY-4.0 and/or LFL Acevedo/sirgazil be added?
> > You don't have to comply with the attribution requirement if you are
> > printing the original logo or modified versions of it in your own clothes
> > for personal use (you don't have to credit me nor indicate the changes you
> > made to the logo anywhere in your clothes nor anywhere else).
> > If you plan to sell items with the original logo or modified versions of
> > it, you must give attribution as indicated in
> > https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/.
> The shirt is for a free software enthusiast who is paying a fee. What
> is the procedure followed for the FSF store:
I don't know what's the procedure in FSF's store, but in your particular case
you can simply use the logo in the shirt and accept the money for your work.
You don't have to put my name in the design :)
My understanding is that stores selling items with the logo would have to give
proper credit somewhere: in the item's page and/or in labels in the apparel.
> There is no GUIX swag yet. It may be nice to have more embroidered
> items - these can be made in Africa, possibly custom fitted.
I could check what's the process to get items in FSF's store, but I also plan
to sell those kinds of items in my store (https://um4no.creator-spring.com/) at
some point (mainly hats and sweaters).
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