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Author Pedram Nimreezi <zenstyle@gmail.com>
Full name Pedram Nimreezi <zenstyle@gmail.com>
Date 2007-02-18 14:05:44 PST
Message +1, I think the propel logo looks great... and thanks for clearing
that up David.

I'm interested to know though what will be the restrictions on the
logo, for instance
is it only allowed to be used with a link to the propel site? will it
be permissable to
use it to describe functionality present in another open source software? etc.

ps. just to give an idea of how to many people use the name propel,
simply google it,
     "intitle:propel" yields only 114,000 or so results ;)

... pedram

On 2/18/07, Hans Lellelid <hans at velum dot net> wrote:
> Ok, I understand. Yes, I guess that's what I was trying to describe by
> mentioning the "branded" form. Anyway .... I should think we're fine
> with Rob being copyright holder of the logo in question, right?
> :) Hans
> David Z├╝lke wrote:
> > I'm fine with people charging money for a Propel download. Well I'm not
> > fine with that, since it would mean some people would get ripped off,
> > but the license allows it. I was just saying that I don't want to see
> > people using the Propel name and the Propel logo for such a product.
> > PHP, Apache, Python, Smarty etc don't allow that either. See
> > http://httpd.apache.​org/docs/2.2/faq/bac​kground.html#backgro​und.logo for
> > instance (last section).
> >