@K0nrad Great – let them sue a FOSS project. While they’re at it, they can take a full-page ad in the NYT proclaiming “we’re the bad guys”. PR disaster.
Before it got to that, they’d design a version of their logo that they’re happy with and contribute it. If the OS stated that it was a requirement.
@aral I'm not sure I agree with your argument, and that has to do with the way a brand has to defend their legal trademarks in order to keep them existing.
Also, they wouldn't sue a project. They'd have to have a legal entity to sue; in doubt, the developer personally.
The question about contributing is: what's the minimum size of a project to actually invest in?
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