Proposal for a Telegram Stickers Project
done. Didn't expect was so easy to contact their IPRights Policy office.
One point i want to add, is that we might want to remove the "Ubuntu logo" since for this exact reason we are limited. Things that we want to include yumi on might be approved each time, like if we want to have it on the pinephone for example. We also want to move into debian and other distros, so a removal of the logo would be a good move in my opinion.
Yumi itself can be used by anyone, that was one of the main point when it was made, but i see now adding the ubuntu logo was a mistake.
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Maybe time for a new design thread for a Yumi badge. If one is needed at all.
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@Lakotaubp UBports badge would be cool
@mariogrip I already thought about that
this is my B plan (circle of friend substitution) with a my old symbol waiting for an UBports Foundation official logo to be selected
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@Aury88 Thought that might start some ideas off so started a new thread here https://forums.ubports.com/topic/2618/new-badge-for-yumi if you want to put ideas there. Have fun.
I must sign a "Trademark Licence Agreement for Ubuntu" in order to use their logo in the sticker. But there are some points in it I don't understand.
"License grant. Canonical grants to you a non-exclusive licence to use the Trademark as described in Exhibit A to: (i) promote Ubuntu, (ii) participate in the Ubuntu community, or (iii) contribute to the Ubuntu community....."
but with the sticker I'm "promoting" another community/project independent from ubuntu
"Restrictions. You may not do any of the following without Canonical's prior written consent: [...] use the Trademark in conjunction with any other name, word, logo, or symbol, (iii) ...."
so seems I can't use ubuntu logo in conjunction with the Yumi image ( it can be defined another logo, or symbol) until I ask (another) written consent
"Trademark Statement. You agree to include the following disclaimer, or similar wording, where appropriate: “Ubuntu is a trademark of Canonical Limited and is used with the permission of Canonical Limited. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with Canonical Limited or the Ubuntu project."
that is impossible to do in the sticker pack
so I think it is a no-go for my use of ubuntu logo on the yumi sticker.
The stickers pack was upload officially by Ubports Foundation and announced in the Q&A 55.
you can find them here.
Also it seems possible to add stickers to an existing pack so if you have requests or you want to propose a new sticker you can post it in this thread.
HERE you can find all the svg. files (editable, I suggest Inkscape)
No, it was uploaded officially by me. You're welcome.
@UniSuperBox didn't know that. I thought you were uploading them officially as an UBports Member of the Membership Committee...thank you again
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@Aury88 Telegram has no notion of organizations. Its just an account and in most cases its bound to a personal phone no
@Flohack I know that, but the question is if he uploaded the pack as a normal user (so after a personal decision) or as a Member of the Membership Committee (so after a committee or other official ubports foundation's organism decision)...so long story short under what "Trademark Licence Agreement for Ubuntu" signer that upload is associated? don't want to seem polemic, it is only personal curiosity.
new two stickers are coming:
this is for the next UT code cleaning
and this is for the next features requests
and these three for the next competition: