On 05/10/2011 01:16 AM, Allan Javier Aguilar Castillo wrote:
> El 09/05/11 13:25, Sébastien Lanteigne escribió:
> >> Hi,
> >> Does anyone know what license covers the Inkscape logo. Many open
> >> project are using restrictive licenses to cover their
> >> Is it the case with Inkscape?
> >> I'm asking because I usually release my work under Creative
> >> I'm not sure if I can include the logo and release
if the logo is
> >> something like gpl which would require me to release un
> >> I other words. Can I use the logo in something like this
> >> http://sebby.cc/?p=414
> >> And release it under Creative common?
> Hello, Sébastien! Apparently, there is no a clearly statement
> the copyright of Inkscape logo or the license to use it .
> it is not specified otherwise, there is the assumption that the
> been released under the GPL 2 license since it is part of the
>  http://old.nabble.com/Inkscape-logo-license-tt22659124.html
On 05/10/2011 02:17 PM, Sébastien Lanteigne wrote:
Right I'll put a note since the GPL is not compatible with the CC
Oups that wasn't supposed to leave just yet... Let me start again.
Right I'll put a note since the GPL is not compatible with the CC SA-3.0
How can I link an SVG to another? That way I can release my work under
CC SA-3.0 while keeping the linked document (the logo) under GPL.