Robert Treat wrote:
> The graphics available in the project are also licensed under a BSD license,
> which I *think* is covered by having meta information on the graphic file
> stating the license and where it was achieved from. Someone probably ought
> to do an audit of those graphics to verify that, but that is the intention
Hmm, so basically, you think it is ok to use the logos in an ad for
my company as long as i preserve the meta data (which will be lost
when it goes to print of course).
Frankly, i'm still a bit confused. Maybe it is best if i contact the
creator of the logo directly.
Personally, I think the BSD license is confusing for graphics.
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