On Sun, Sep 27, 2020 at 02:57:43PM +0200, Sheogorath wrote:
I came to you, to ask about the right way to license a logo and Name
properly as part of a free software project. We, the Project
Hedgedoc (formally known as CodiMD), are currently working on
rebranding the whole thing to solve some name conflicts. As part of
this we just created a new logo, came up with the name, etc. and we
were wondering what's the right license for those works. GNU and the
free software foundation, as well as OSI have guides for Source code,
documentation and alike, but I couldn't find any resources on things
like Logos and Names.
Logos might fall under "content" rather than code. See
Unlike with code, we permit licenses for content which restrict modification
as long as that is the only restriction.
Fedora Project Leader