[Chicago-talk] Who can scan the camel?
joshua.mcadams at gmail.com
Sun Mar 26 17:01:29 PST 2006
It's 100 items that you can make without permission. We'll be making
500, so I sent a note to permissions at oreilly.com. No response yet, so
I'll probably ping them again this week.
On 3/26/06, David H. Adler <dha at panix.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 25, 2006 at 11:30:09PM -0600, JT Smith wrote:
> > We own the copyright 100% so no legal issues.
> This may not, in fact be the case. ORA owns the copyright on the image
> of a camel in association with perl, rather than on the image itself
> (although it might have that too).
> I know there's some information out there about accepted uses of the
> camel with perl (i.e. you can make $number of items with the logo
> without asking, etc.), but I can't seem to find it at the moment.
> If this isn't already dealt with, you should probably talk to the
> permissions people at O'Reilly. For all I know, there may be a standing
> YAPC permission.
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