Re: GNOME's logo been incorrectly used

In china, they don't care about copyright nor patents

On 08/12/10 18:16, Dave Neary wrote:
> Hi,
> Brian Cameron wrote:
>> The GNOME Foot could only be licensed by the copyright holder.  I'd
>> think any licenses assigned without permission by the copyright holder
>> would not be considered valid.  So, how can there be images in the
>> wild?  I'd think the copyright holder should know how it has been
>> licensed with permission.
> If, for example, the GNOME foot (which is in the wiki) were released to
> one person by the original author under by-sa or fdl, and then
> redistributed from there, we'd be SOL.
> If, for example, the foot's creator never did such a thing, but someone
> else marked the foot file as CC by-sa or fdl, and then that got shipped
> around, then the original author could certainly ask for correction.
>> Is it not The GNOME Foundation who owns the copyright to the logo?  I
>> thought the author of the foot logo image provided the artwork as a
>> part of a contest.
> No - as far as I know, the foot is copyright jimmac. jimmac can confirm.
> Cheers,
> Dave.

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