tedm at toybox.placo.com
Mon Jul 18 08:12:14 GMT 2005
>From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Greg 'groggy'
>Sent: Sunday, July 17, 2005 4:14 PM
>To: Ray Jenson
>Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org; taob at risc.org
>Subject: Re: Demon license?
>> alongside other logos, such as Tux, the Red Hat logo, and
>> Microsoft's Windows logo. We're in the process of testing our
>> hardware configurations before offering BSD-powered machines to our
>> clients, which should knock a significant amount off the
>> price. These logos are not currently displayed, but I can send you a
>> mock-up if you need it.
>The daemon is copyright of Kirk McKusick <mckusick at mckusick.com>. You
>should ask him for permission. In general he gives it if the usage is
>BSD-related, as it appears to be in this case.
Strictly speaking, the IMAGES of the daemon that are on the mckusick.com
website are what is copyrighted. Nothing is stopping someone from
a 'devil' image and associating it with FreeBSD.
Over the years there have been many representations of the BSD Daemon.
Not all are copyrighted by Kirk, for example:
Both the above are USENIX copyrights - per Kirk.
However, to me the most classic "FreeBSD Daemon" image that has ever been
done has been the 4.3BSD one:
That one, and similar variants, I think also are the most recognizable
as the "FreeBSD one". And that one and the variants are copyrighted by
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