Steve on V5 versus v6
Alex "Maxious" Sadleir
maxious at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 05:34:09 CEST 2008
There's vector (EPS format?) logos and the conditions for using them
on the wiki; http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Trademark_Policy
Note that for most community purposes (creating software or community
webpages) the artwork is free to use but explicit permission is
required for several cases including "Any commercial use" and "Use for
merchandising purposes, e.g. on t-shirts and the like.".
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 1:11 PM, Paul Jimenez <pj at place.org> wrote:
> Related to making openmoko gear - is there vector art of the logo
> somewhere? I checked the wiki and couldn't find a reference, and checked
> downloads.openmoko.com and again came up empty. Inquiring minds want to
> know! Also, if it is published, we'd probably want some kind of license
> to use it that we could show to the printer/manufacturer we wanted to use...
> My personal idea was to talk to the guys at skoobadesign(.com)
> and see what kind of surchage there'd be to get a moko-branded small
> RAPS to use as a pouch since the moko's not going to ship with one.
> What's Openmoko's stance on the community using thier logo, maybe even
> creating "Openmoko branded" items?
> On Monday, Apr 21, 2008, Michael Shiloh writes:
> >Daniel Barkalow wrote:
> >> On Sun, 20 Apr 2008, steve wrote:
> >>> The pouch, alas, did not fit into the box. When Michael gets his photos
> >>> done, or my spawn get their video done, then you will see that we have
> >>> greatly reduced the size of the box. Partly for aesthetics, and partly to
> >>> create a product where I could pack 10 phones boxes in a bigger box, and
> >>> then ship that bigger box efficiently. So, I had to optimize some things.
> >>> Now, I realize that people want accessories. So As this launch gets going
> >>> I'll put together some ideas, for accessory packs
> >>> Fundamentally, I would rather that some community member build a business
> >>> around this. Our marketing materials are open source. So, you can build
> >>> your own pouches, use our brand, and make a business from accessories.
> >> No, no, you should include a sewing pattern for the official pouch in the
> >> box. It would be neat to have an official Openmoko pouch for your phone,
> >> but it would be even better if that pouch was handmade by each owner for
> >> their own phone. Especially if the instructions have configuration
> >> options.
> >It's all open, dude. I invite any of you to create a sewing pattern for
> >an Openmoko pouch.
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