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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Building the brand for Royale
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2017 17:49:12 GMT
True, that's a lot of rules.  Part of that is because we owe our hosts
(the ASF) some "props".

But that may be why it is easier for us to approve Carlos to do what we
wants outside the project.  It will free him most of these rules.  AIUI,
the only rules would then be:
1) make sure Apache is mentioned often enough
2) make sure there are enough links back to royale.apache.org
3) make sure he doesn't promote his company more than the project. (I
think he is allowed to say the site is hosted by his company and some
promotional info).


On 9/20/17, 10:36 AM, "Erik de Bruin" <erik@ixsoftware.nl> wrote:

>> I think if we grab a domain and donate it to the ASF, that it can't be
>> hosted on non-ASF hardware.  That would need to be verified.
>> Maybe it would be better for the Royale PMC to approve Royale.xx as a
>> third-party domain under Carlos's control.  I think that's allowed.  The
>> policy [1] says that "in general" it is NOT allowed, but "in general"
>> implies it isn't a hard and fast rule.
>> IMO, things under the PMC's control have certain obligations.  It has to
>> be sustainable by "anyone".  How many folks know how to edit WordPress
>> themes?  I don't.  I always choose one of their default themes.  It
>> have to be hosted or host-able by Apache Infra, and I don't know if they
>> are ok with WordPress.
>That is an awful lot of rules that seem to work against the creativity of
>the project...
>Ix Multimedia Software
>Jan Luykenstraat 27
>3521 VB Utrecht
>T. 06-51952295

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