Re: Use of trademarked operating system icons (eg. Windows logo) in Fedora programs

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Thinking about this a little more, I guess that the answer might
depend upon the specifics of the logo itself.  So here is a list of
the logos I would like to use and as best as I can find it the
information about trademark restrictions for each one.  Or at least
the restrictions that each company is claiming.


- Windows, various logos

- FreeBSD

- Linux "generic" Tux penguin

- ArchLinux

- Debian ("open use" logo)

- Fedora

- Gentoo

- Linux Mint

(no logo guidelines AFAICS)

- Mandriva
This doesn't give much guidance.

- Meego

- Pardus

(can't find any logo usage guidelines)

- Red Hat

- Slackware
(seems very permissive)

- Ubuntu



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