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Dustin, may I ask what

liberatr's picture

Dustin, may I ask what license this is under?

Copyright? GPL? MIT? Creative Commons? Public Domain? etc?


FredMart's picture

Since the Drupal Florida logo has already been published, it is protected under the Berne Convention and copyright was automatic at the time it as published. For more information, pls see the "Berne Convention" on Wikipedia.

I thought since the

mherchel's picture

I thought since the drupalicon was already GPL, by definition all derivatives are also the same.

Either way....

More info

Bibliotechie's picture


Though that statement on Wikipedia may be accurate at the moment, I wouldn't rely on it exclusively. It's deceptively simplistic. Intellectual Property Law is much more complex than that.

Also, since other groups have produced logos derived from the Drupalicon logo, perhaps we could check to see how they approached the potential infringement issue??

This may help too

My design is derived from the

dustinjcooper's picture

My design is derived from the druplicon which is GPL. My assumption would be the diver is GPL as well.

Dustin J Cooper


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