On Sun, Sep 27, 2020 at 8:58 AM Sheogorath
first of, this might not be the right mailing list, so feel free to
redirect me or answer directly instead of to the list.
This isn't the right list, but here's a quick answer.
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.
I think the concern here is less about licensing and more about
trademarks. You can look at the Fedora Trademark Guidelines as an
I know Fedora and the Fedora logo is owned by RedHat, and I'm
sure for other project exist similar constructs, but I'm not really
aware how this is set up. Any recommendations or guidance is very
welcome and I would love to hear back from you.
Ownership of the marks is another matter entirely.
Honestly, you're probably best served working with an attorney who
specializes in this (as in they are *your* attorney). Or you may
consider applying to a fiscal sponsor like Software Freedom
I hope this helps!
He / Him / His
Senior Program Manager, Fedora & CentOS Stream