Perhaps useful for argument’s sake, the Wayback Machine has the GNUstep home page archived from January 1997, with the logo prominently displayed throughout the site. [ http://web.archive.org/web/19970127185353/http://www.gnustep.org
/ ]. The “About GNUstep” link there contains credit for the logo by Ayis Theseas Pyrros, and this text is still present on the current site.
That makes total sense. Now I need to figure out how to contact them.
On Wed, May 01, 2019 at 09:42:17AM -0400, Gregory Casamento wrote:
> I don't know... I mean what would they do for us if they did? Does anyone
> think it's wise to let them know at the very least that they are using our
> logo? I mean I feel like we should be flattered that they liked it enough
> to make it theirs, but I don't think they even are aware that they are
> using it as Roger pointed out.
I'd suggest contacting them to stake your claim, other than that I don't know.
This is because one other concern would be if they became sucessful enough,
they (or their agents or publishers) may turn around and claim the project
is infringing their rights/property in the logo.
Which could be problematic if they file a suit.
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