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From: Greg M  Johnson
Subject: Use of POV-Ray logo
Date: 15 Nov 2004 03:17:42
Message: <41981fd6$1@news.povray.org>
<< While POVCOMP is a POV-Ray competition, its objective is also to 
demonstrate
that our beloved raytracer is a fantastic tool, able to create fantastic
images, to the large majority of people who have never heard of POV-Ray.  >>


Is there any guidelines on the use of the POV-Ray (TM) logo?     Of course, 
using the logo of a litigious corporation would be a  no-no.  And there's 
general use of the logo in say the IRTC which would be quite gauche.     But 
seeing the above quote from Gilles makes me want to explore possible uses of 
the logo specifically for this event.
From: Greg M  Johnson
Subject: Re: Use of POV-Ray logo
Date: 15 Nov 2004 03:20:58
Message: <4198209a$1@news.povray.org>
And since the lawyers'd come after yall first, I'll be annoying and ask 
another question:

 What is good practice for using logos of other software institutions and 
companies?


"Greg M. Johnson" <gregj;-)565### [at] aolcom> wrote in message 
news:41981fd6$1@news.povray.org...
> << While POVCOMP is a POV-Ray competition, its objective is also to 
> demonstrate
> that our beloved raytracer is a fantastic tool, able to create fantastic
> images, to the large majority of people who have never heard of POV-Ray. 
>  >>
>
>
> Is there any guidelines on the use of the POV-Ray (TM) logo?     Of 
> course, using the logo of a litigious corporation would be a  no-no.  And 
> there's general use of the logo in say the IRTC which would be quite 
> gauche.     But seeing the above quote from Gilles makes me want to 
> explore possible uses of the logo specifically for this event.
>
>

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