[Epo-marketing] Making noise

Denny 2009 at denny.me
Sun Aug 16 16:13:30 GMT 2009

On Sat, 2009-08-15 at 14:32 -0400, Chris Prather wrote:
> If we need to push the TPF a little to
> get them to make a version of the Onion that are easily licensed under
> a CC-BY / CC-BY-SA / CC-BY-NC or whatever we should try to do that
> first before working on pushing an entirely new brand.

Yeah, I can see the sense in that.  Anyone know who we should be talking
to and how likely they are to listen?

Ideally we want to encourage people to do cool stuff with the Perl logo,
not restrict them to a narrow set of options.  In an ideal world I think
the generic/base onion logo should be open-licensed, and the TPF logo
should be a variation on that base, just like anyone else who wants to
use the onion.

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