Pidgin policy on logo usage.
jared.n.contrascere at libretees.com
Wed Jan 7 20:55:09 EST 2015
Thanks for clarifying and for the additional information. I appreciate
it! I'll post some test-run shirts shortly, and as of now, the website
is being worked on. It looks like it will launch with LibreOffice,
Inkscape, and Pidgin shirts at some point this year.
All the best!
On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 8:47 PM, Mark Doliner <mark at kingant.net> wrote:
> support at pidgin.im: FYI Jared's email from earlier today didn't seem to
> make it to this list, but feel free to reply to this thread with any
> Hi Jared! From what I can tell from your image, yes, that looks fine,
> feel free to go ahead and print. For a more detailed response, my
> original response still applies. See the "we don't have a formal
> policy" paragraph at
> Regarding donations to Instant Messaging Freedom, Inc., for small
> denominations feel free to use the PayPal donate button at
> https://imfreedom.org/donate.php . If the shirt becomes popular and
> you'll be potentially donating a large denomination (say, greater than
> 100 USD), it might be nice if you could pay us for large batches via a
> standard US check mailed to our treasurer (Ethan Blanton), just so we
> can avoid the small Pay Pal transaction percentage. Feel free to email
> us off-list if you have high volume and you're in favor of the extra
> hassle (vice.president at imfreedom.org and treasurer at imfreedom.org)
> Thanks, and good luck!
> On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 8:58 AM, Jared Contrascere
> <jared.n.contrascere at libretees.com> wrote:
>> Good morning!
>> Over a year ago, I contacted you regarding the production of Pidgin
>> T-Shirts, and due to the constraints put in place by my day job, printing
>> t-shirts got put on the back burner for a while. Things have calmed down at
>> work, and I've found time to resume the project, and that's why I'm writing!
>> I'd like to confirm that I can go ahead and print this on a shirt -->
>> Shirts will sell in the $14.99-$17.99 range. I'm still working on pricing,
>> but $5 from each sale will go to Instant Messaging Freedom, Inc., and you
>> originally suggested, and this amount will be tax deductible to US-based
>> Let me know if I can go ahead and print! Recently, LibreOffice / The
>> Document Foundation gave me permission to print for them, and I've attached
>> a sample. All shirts start out as plain white shirts and are custom dyed
>> to... well, any color that looks good.
>> Thanks for making some awesome software!
>> On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 1:25 PM, <kyle.boyer at libretees.com> wrote:
>>> Lol! I will let you know when they're available. It's probably still a
>>> month or two out.
>>> Thank you for the interest.
>>> On Wed 10/04/13 10:15 PM , Tres Finocchiaro <tres.finocchiaro at gmail.com>
>>> Off topic, but sign me up for a T-Shirt. ;)
>>> On Apr 10, 2013 6:25 PM, <kyle.boyer at libretees.com> wrote:
>>>> Good evening,
>>>> I couldn't find any information regarding trademark/logo licensing, and I
>>>> was wondering if the Pidgin logo was available for use and under what
>>>> conditions. I'm creating t-shirts to promote and fundraise for open source
>>>> projects, and I'd like to do this for Pidgin if it's permissible.
>>>> In addition to the licensing, I'd like to know if Pidgin accepts
>>>> donations, and if so, how they can be delivered. Review of the support
>>>> tickets regarding this issue did not seem to provide an answer.
>>>> Thank you for your time.
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Kyle Boyer
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