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    Debian Artwork
    Submitted by nostromo on Tuesday, June 15, 2004 – 11:42
    DebianHi everyone out there. I’ve done some work based on the Debian logo, so if you want to see it, feel free to visit my gallery, including my personal vision of Debian Planet, and some KDE splash screens.
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    Subject: Debian logo
    Author: Andy C.
    Date: Thursday, 2004/12/23 – 21:14
    Hi everyone 😉

    I’m trying to make a logo and i’m searching the name of the font used for debian logo ?

    Can you help me please ?

    Thanks.

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    Subject: usage?
    Author: dree
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/06/29 – 21:01
    Great work!!
    How can I use it (if at all), and under which license ?
    I browsed the gallery for a bit but couldn’t find a policy there.
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    Subject: RE: usage?
    Author: OoberMick
    Date: Wednesday, 2004/06/30 – 10:49
    At the bottom of the gallery it states:

    No portions of deviantART may be used without expressed, written permission.

    So I guess you’ll need to get a letter from him if you want to use it!

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    Subject: RE: Usage
    Author: dree
    Date: Wednesday, 2004/06/30 – 12:43
    Indeed, there it is, prominently displayed.
    I honestly looked for it but I must have been struck by temporary blindness (or perhaps I was too distracted by the debian cup of coffee).
    Thanks for pointing it out.
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    Subject: Great work…
    Author: sgrzy01
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/06/29 – 13:13
    but how bout some 1600×1200 resolutions?
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    Subject: How to select?
    Author: leandro
    Date: Monday, 2004/06/28 – 23:17
    I’d like to see only what’s Debian-specific…


    Leandro Guimarães Faria Corsetti Dutra
    BRASIL
    http://br.geocities.com./lgcdutra

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    Subject: About deviantart.com
    Author: nostromo
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/06/29 – 00:21
    My friend,

    You can do searchs in DeviantArt.com using keywords (more than six million of devianations), but only if you are subscriber.

    /nostromo

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    Subject: Fingerprint
    Author: ElusiveSpoon
    Date: Monday, 2004/06/28 – 18:52
    How about working the Debian spiral into the fingerprint from the KasLab image?
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    Subject: Ok you´ll have it
    Author: nostromo
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/06/29 – 00:19
    Yes, I have it already done.. maybe tomorrow you can see it xD

    /nostromo

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    Subject: Nice
    Author: laza
    Date: Monday, 2004/06/28 – 11:23
    I very much like the logo in the white coffee! Well done! 🙂
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    Subject: Thanks !!
    Author: nostromo
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/06/29 – 00:17
    For your words my friend. I´m working on it, see in a couple of days.

    /nostromo

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    Subject: Yes
    Author: Dwonis
    Date: Monday, 2004/06/28 – 17:03
    So do I. I’d like to see it get into the Debian KDE packages.
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    Subject: obviously never
    Author: startx
    Date: Sunday, 2004/07/11 – 09:18
    No portions of deviantART may be used without expressed, written permission.

    as long as he keeps this nothing of this will obviously appear in any package.

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    Subject: Permission
    Author: fizz
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/07/13 – 18:08
    That’s odd, because if you look at his items on kde-look (specificly the “debian moment” it has it’s license listed as GPL which would mean that it can be used without express permission. So there seems to be conflicting messages here.
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