January 28th, 2009, 09:42 PM
Woman, beautiful. Firefox, also beautiful.
This is basically a different logo inspired of "ubuntu by homergitude"
January 28th, 2009, 10:07 PM
Looks good, BUT it violates the use of the logo in the proper aspect.
Firefox Logo Guide (http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/about/logo/)
Your handy resource for using the Firefox logo
January 28th, 2009, 10:27 PM
that bothered me. and they weren't clear on how they licensed it.
Our trademarks include, among others, the names Mozilla®, mozilla.org®, Firefox®, Thunderbird™, Bugzilla™, Camino®, Sunbird®, SeaMonkey®, and XUL™, as well as the Mozilla logo, Firefox logo, Thunderbird logo and the red lizard logo. (The full list is in the Mozilla Trademark Policy.) This means that, while you have considerable freedom to redistribute and modify our software, there are tight restrictions on your ability to use the Mozilla name and logos, even when built into binaries that we provide.
they say you have the ability to modify or alter the Image in that. but with some exceptions which i could understand but in your guide they say that you can't do anything but put in an image, and even then you have to make sure it isn't being confused.
but i don't see the mozilla company as one to be so communist as in limiting freedom in their logo. and they have to be more specific, whether your altering the logo for software you developed or whether it's for art.
until they fix this issues, i stand my ground on my art
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