On 30/01/2014 1:26 PM, Pascal Rapicault
Then how would this protect the brand hijacking if I can
take the icon and change it? Or conversely if we protect it
as well, then it seems that we would be complexifying the
license of Eclipse itself.
Not at all. That what About files are for.
So my question, are we really hurt by those logos appearing
on a truck or elsewhere?
While I'm at it, I have questions about the following
> The logo is reserved solely for the use of the
Eclipse Foundation and its projects. In particular, the Eclipse
project will use the new logo in its unaltered form.
Many companies today use the Eclipse logo here and there on
their site to promote that they are selling consulting, training
(e.g. sell training on modeling), and I'm wondering how this
change would impact those.
They can use the Eclipse Foundation Member, Built on Eclipse, or
Eclipse Ready logos, assuming they meet the guidelines for use. If
it turns out that we're missing a logo, we can always add another
Hope that helps.