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From Peter Junge <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Get lazy consensus on to recommend that the trademark permission be granted to BHV publishing GmbH
Date Sat, 03 Sep 2011 10:01:45 GMT
On 31.08.2011 10:02, Shane Curcuru wrote:
> Great discussions, thanks all.
> On 8/30/2011 8:46 PM, Peter Junge wrote:
>> Hi Eike,
>> Am 31.08.2011 00:09, schrieb Eike Rathke:
>>> Hi Peter,
>>> On Tuesday, 2011-08-30 22:58:38 +0800, Peter Junge wrote:
>>>> [1]
>>> This uses the old logo with black Open and gulls and blue
>>> (though I think I understand why), it should use the new logo instead.
>> Sorry, I forgot to mention this. I already pointed BHV on this issue and
>> the final version of their package will use the current logo.
> Indeed, they do need to use the current versions.

They are aware of that.

>>> There should be some material at
>>> but the entire
>>> site currently doesn't respond for me so I couldn't look
>>> it up. A fixed size version of the logo can be seen at
>> I have an SVG and a EPS version of the logo on my hard disk.
>> Unfortunately, they were never made publicly available. If someone can
>> point me on what to do with them, I would be happy to getting them
>> online. Don't know if there's any copyright issue related to it.
> Oracle has transferred the marks and logos to the ASF, so unless there's
> some reason that the original author didn't intend for the logo to be
> used for the project, then I suggest finding a suitable place in SVN
> (perhaps on the website), and just checking them in.

I'm not too familiar with SVN. Is there a way to check them in, without 
checking out the whole content of the AOOo website beforehand? That 
would certainly take ages with the connection I have in Beijing.


>>>> [3]
>>> It's years old, but.. this is at least as bad, it's just the outline
>>> with all colors removed.
>> This was just an example that BHV is offering this package since many
>> years. I would totally agree that the color scheme is suboptimal. ;-)
>> Peter

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