Subject: Re: [boost] Boost.Compute v0.1 Released
From: beet (r.berlich_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-03-17 06:52:18
I guess, part of the reason such discussions stall is that no "external"
person knows who owns which rights in which logos. It might be
advantageous for Boost, if
- either all art work contributed to Boost could be put under an
appropriate license (think: CC)
- or the "steering committee" could somehow assume legal ownership of
Unless there is a single entity that may say "yes, you can" or the work
has been put under an open license, most discussions of this type will
On a side-note: I'd love to have a logo of the type "Proudly using
Boost", which I could put on our web page and in our manual (130K LOC
which uses Boost in many places). I would love to give credit where
credit is due. I believe that the visibility of Boost would benefit a
lot if such logos would suddenly pop up in many places. Boost IS used in
a lot of software, both proprietary and Open Source, I am sure.
Am 17.03.14 11:30, schrieb Paul A. Bristow:
> We had a long (but ultimately inconclusive discussion) about this.
> I propose (again) the use of these logos attached.
> Paul A. Bristow
> Prizet Farmhouse
> Kendal UK LA8 8AB
> +44 01539 561830 07714330204
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Boost [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Matt Calabrese
>> Sent: 17 March 2014 00:50
>> To: boost_at_[hidden]
>> Subject: Re: [boost] Boost.Compute v0.1 Released
>> Could we just adopt having something like a consistent graphic at the top and
>> different style or something for proposed libraries?
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