Ted Gould wrote:
We don't have an official policy yet. We're working on that
and I think
it's getting close. But, I can't imagine anything that we would do that
would limit any usage that would promote Inkscape as a project.
I suggest that you license all text and images associated with Inkscape
with Creative Commons Attributions-Share Alike-No Derivatives.
Why No Derivatives? Three words: nude Minnie Mouse.
There is no telling what strange things people will come up with if you
allow them free play with your public image. It's best to limit them
from the start.
Just my 0.00000002 million dollars worth,
Programming is as much about organization and communication
as it is about coding.
Regardless of how small the crowd is, there is always one in
it who has to find out the hard way that the laws of physics
applies to them too.