[erlang-questions] Re: Erlang logo licensing and usage examples

Kenji Rikitake kenji.rikitake@REDACTED
Sat Nov 21 07:31:16 CET 2009

Very long time ago I saw Digital[1] logo rebuilt as an EPS file.
I'd be very glad if Ericsson (or whoever has the legal rights of the
Erlang logo(s)) to provide such vectorized files.

[1]: Digital Equipment Corporation, later acquired by Compaq and HP.

Kenji Rikitake

In the message <a8cee7640911180950t3ce3f7ddw7a231354ddfe3fbb@REDACTED>
dated Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 11:49:52AM -0600,
Jeffrey Horner <jeffrey.horner@REDACTED> writes:
> Hi,
> Reviving this thread because I've been smitten with "Erlang: The
> Movie" on youtube (i'm a sucker for hacker/geek/pop culture). I've got
> a design up here for critique if anyone is interested:
> http://www.threadless.com/critique/56844/Erlang_The_Movie
> I'd like to use the erlang logo font for the title and clear any
> copryight issues. I'd also like to release the design to the public
> domain, copyleft, creative comons, etc. whatever works for the
> commuty.
> Let me know what you think.
> Jeff
> -- 
> http://biostat.mc.vanderbilt.edu/JeffreyHorner

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