Jane Dogalt (jdogalt(a)yahoo.com) said:
Back in the day when fedora was supposedly a distinct community
could take the reasonable implication that if fedora could use redhat-artwork,
any other community project could as well.
I notice that the centos strategy appears to be keeping redhat-artwork as an
rpm, but (I haven't inspected that closely) scraping some red hats out of it.
The formerly-on-the-main-menu red fedora hat was not a trademarked image.
I'm curious- All the bluecurve stuff in redhat-artwork- Does
claim to that? I guess I need to actually install centos and see specifically
what they do, as they seem to be the standard reference for how to deal with
making a derivative distro and respecting the copyright/trademark guidelines of
the "upstream vendor".
Check the license on the package, but I'm fairly sure all the bluecurve
icons are GPL. (and the Fedora(tm) background needs moved to fedora-logos)