On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 19:47, Pavel Kiryukhin <liilliil@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi everybody > Oliver, Sergei, thanks for support > > I'm that Pavel: owner of haikuos.info / haiku-os.info. Both sites was > created about a year ago and planned for support of Haiku OS in russian > community: we have dozens of russian, that are used/remembers BeOS and very > interested in Haiku OS. About this 2 sites you're interested in: > haikuos.info - is translation of the Haiku OS news into russian from > haiku-os.org, iscomputeron etc. > haiku-os.info - planned as promo site for Haiku OS: mirror of distributives, > howtos, screenshots, videos, advises and so on. Since there's still no alpha > this site unfinished (. There was old summer live cd (I don't remember where > got it, on haikuware.com maybe) which I'll put away till alpha > > Sorry, no conspiracy theories, no fake portfolios, no bad intends ) Hello there Pavel, This is a really old follow up, but only recently have I been looking at Haiku's Trademarks. For http://haikuos.info/ , would you please replace the website logo to not use an official HAIKU logo (as it's a trademark that we need to protect)? To reassure you, I've been contacting other websites that use or modify the HAIKU logo as their logo. I'm pretty sure you can use the leaves from the HAIKU logo, but not the HAIKU logo itself. http://dev.hug-nordic.org/ and http://www.haiku-gazette.de/ are examples of using "haiku" in the domain name but not using the HAIKU logo. It should be easy enough to get the leaves from the SVG images : http://svn.haiku-os.org/haiku/haiku/trunk/data/artwork/HAIKU%20logo%20-%20white.svg http://svn.haiku-os.org/haiku/haiku/trunk/data/artwork/HAIKU%20logo%20-%20black.svg Thanks, Matt Madia Haiku, Inc.