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The objective of the Ubuntu trademark policy is to encourage and allow widespread use of the Ubuntu name, device and logo by the Ubuntu community, maintain the value of their image and good standing, and protect them from inappropriate lapse, allowing anyone to use or abuse them. We don’t want that to happen to ubuntu!
Ubuntu Trademark Usage Policy
Ubuntu, the Ubuntu logo, Canonical and the Canonical logo are all registered trademarks of Canonical Ltd. Before using any of these marks outside the scope of fair use (such as using them in a review to refer to the product), please send an email to email@example.com with your name, contact details, and a short explanation of your proposed usage of the trademarks. We will answer these mails as quickly as we can, so you can spread the love!
As long as you follow the Logo Standards listed at the bottom of this page, you do not need to contact us if:
- You want to use the logo in a desktop background. Go right ahead! You can even share your work by listing it on our artwork page. Logos can be found here.
- You want to link to our website from your site. Buttons can be found here.
If you have any questions at all about your proposed use, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Websites and Domains
Where possible, we ask that Ubuntu related domain ownership be held by Canonical Limited or a Canonical-authorised organisation. Please ask for a trademark license before registering a domain which incorporates the Ubuntu name. In most cases, we will sponsor registration fees for approved domains, and leave technical administrative control in the hands of the website operator.
It is important to maintain the visual integrity of the Ubuntu logo. We therefore ask that anyone considering use of the logo keep the following guidelines in mind. Following these guidelines will increase the chances that we will quickly approve your use of the logo.
- When appearing in multiple colours, the logo should use only the „official“ logo colours.
- You may use transparency and gradient/depth tools, but should still maintain the Ubuntu colours.
- A monotone version may be acceptable in certain situations, if the use requires it (e.g., desktop backgrounds).
- Any scaling must retain the original proportions of the logo.
- Other than the variations listed here, the logo may not be modified in any way.
Additional text may not be added in such a way that it appears to be part of the logo itself.
zu finden bei: http://www.ubuntu.com/aboutus/trademarkpolicy