> > I'm developing a web page for my project that I am releasing under
> > the GPL license. I'm looking a small rectangular logo for the
> > bottom of the page that says something like "Made with GPL
> > software","Made with open source software","Powered by
> > GPL","Powered by Open Source", "If you love your software set it
> > free" or something like that.
> I've quite a novel idea! Go to:
> And search on the term 'logo'.
> Amazing, no? The Internet, perhaps since you're writing a project
> involving technology you may want to look into it. (=:
For your information I did search the sites http://www.opensource.org
and http://www.gnu.org. During this search I found that opensource.org
had no logos on there sight other than their title. The gnu sight did
have logs, however I did not find any of there logos appropriate for
my page. All of there logos were for the FSF itself, to put a GNU head
on my web-page would be to imply that may project was a FSF
project. It is not, I used FSF software to produce it and I used there
license but, my software is not a FSF project. I would like a simple
logo that promotes open source licenses. I'll probable try and make my
own, but since I am not a graphic artist type person it will probably
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| allowed to see the source code? (X_X)